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chichi
American English: /ˈʃiːʃiː/
, /ˈtʃiˌtʃi/
British English: /ˈʃiːʃiː/

Translation of chichi in Spanish:

adjective

  • [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • He abhors ‘extremely clever chichi writing’; language needs to be ‘clear and specific’, ‘with the punctuation in the right places’.
    • Whereas other top hotels err on the chichi side, this one, opened in November 1998, is more pared-down, using natural materials with a flow of water, space and light, and an earthy colour scheme inspired by spices.
    • I have 6 or 7 books to read, a shady tree to sit under, great company, and it turns out that Saint-Remy is like the Hampstead of Provence; more chichi shops and restaurants than we'll get through in a week.

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