Definition of groupie in English:

groupie

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Pronunciation: /ˈɡruːpi
 
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noun

informal
1A young woman who regularly follows a pop group or other celebrity, especially in the hope of having a sexual relationship with them: he pulled a different groupie every night
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  • That's where groupies and the sexual charge from performance come in handy.
  • And the wives know this, the wives know that there is a kind of female competition, the wives versus many other women, groupies included.
  • And much to my horror he and the guys have a ton of young groupies so it's not like they're these tragic old dudes trying to recapture their youth.
1.1 [with modifier] often derogatory An enthusiastic or uncritical follower: he’s a political groupie and fantasist
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  • Trust me, that's what some of the most passionate collectors are, art groupies.
  • One book groupie felt it was using the New Testament as its main point of reference - I thought it was incredibly sad and a scary vision of how society could become.
  • If you are a plane-spotter or air force groupie, you will love staying a mere five minutes from RAF Kinloss, where you can see the planes taking off.

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