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posh
American English: /pɑʃ/
British English: /pɒʃ/

Translation of posh in Spanish:

adjective posher, poshest

  • [colloquial]
    pijo (Spain) [colloquial]
    posudo (Colombia) [colloquial]
    pituco (Southern Cone) [colloquial]
    cheto (Río de la Plata) [colloquial]
    sifrino (Venezuela) [colloquial]
    popoff (Mexico) [colloquial]
    Example sentences
    • We meet in a tiny plush room in a posh London hotel which is the regular haunt for such interviews.
    • We were surrounded by the old-fashioned glamor of the lobby of the grandest hotel in this posh French seaside resort.
    • A grand bash to celebrate his birthday was held in a posh hotel only five days earlier.
    Example sentences
    • Oh, and people with unpleasantly posh Home Counties accents who speak far louder than they need to in an enclosed space should probably be gagged with gaffer tape.
    • Bourne melds eloquent dance moves and witty everyday gestures to evoke crumbling class divides in this story of the downward spiral of an upper-class man and his posh girlfriend.
    • And he saw the cubs and adults roistering on the huge expanse of lawn that belonged to the posh street running parallel to Hillside Drive.

adverb

  • (British) [colloquial]
    de manera elegante ( or pija etc. )
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