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Sloane Ranger

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishSloane RangerSloane Rang‧er /ˌsləʊn ˈreɪndʒə $ ˌsloʊn ˈreɪndʒər/ (also Sloane) noun [countable]  a stereotype of a young English person, especially a young woman, who comes from a rich upper-class family and has conservative political values. Sloane Rangers wear very expensive clothes, and spend most of their time shopping in fashionable parts of London such as Chelsea and Sloane Square. The expression was very popular during the 1980s, but is now becoming old-fashioned.Sloaney adjective
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