Definition of zhoosh in English:


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Pronunciation: /ʒʊʃ
, ʒuːʃ
(also zhush, zhuzh /ʒʊʒ/)


[with object] informal
Make more exciting, lively, or attractive: the bag is a cool but economical way to zhoosh up many an outfit
More example sentences
  • I`m going to zhush it up with a secret ingredient
  • Henri Lloyd enlisted Sydney super stylist Ken Thompson to zhush up the summer collection shown at the yacht club.
  • I take a lot of stuff all the time from the store and just kind of "zhuzh" it up.

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