Definition of nappy valley in English:

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nappy valley


British informal
A relatively affluent district or neighbourhood inhabited by a large number of families with young children: yummy mummies in nappy valley may be economizing, but they are still meeting for lunch and coffee on a regular basis
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  • The houses in 'nappy valley' (the area around Wandsworth Common popular with families) are still selling.
  • Are bilingual parents making a difficult task even more difficult for those taking on the treacherous jungles of Nappy Valley?
  • The area is so popular with young middle-class families, due to its safe streets and good schools, that it has been dubbed "nappy valley".
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