Definición de preppy en inglés:

preppy

Saltos de línea: preppy
Pronunciación: /ˈprɛpi
 
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(also preppie) informal , chiefly US

sustantivo (plural preppies)

A pupil or graduate of an expensive prep school, or a person resembling such a pupil in dress or appearance.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • That's an expensive private school for preppies, right?
  • I'm guessing that you don't know anyone yet, and the preppies won't be befriending you anytime soon, so why don't you sit at my table at lunch.
  • Timothy always seemed like the kind of guy who would go for the preppies.

adjetivo (preppier, preppiest)

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Of or typical of a pupil or graduate of an expensive prep school, especially with reference to their neat style of dress: the preppy look
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He looked much like my friends with the preppy style.
  • It runs like an upmarket American holiday camp, with a 100% preppy house-party atmosphere.
  • Even though I had enjoyed high school, in the eyes of my white, rich, preppy peers, I was as an outcast.

Origen

early 20th century: from prep school + -y2.

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