bourgeois

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Englisch - Türkisch
burjuva

O burjuva bir çevreden geliyor. - She comes from a bourgeois background.

kapitalist
burjuvazi
anamalcı
maddiyatçı
kentsoylu
i., s. burjuva, kentsoylu
{i} dokuz puntoluk harf
{i} kent soylu
bourgeois society
burjuva toplum
being bourgeois
kentsoyluluk
petit bourgeois
küçük burjuva
petty bourgeois
küçük burjuva
Englisch - Englisch
Of or related to the middle class, especially its attitudes and conventions
Conventional, conservative and materialistic

bourgeois opinion.

A person with bourgeois values and attitudes
The middle class
An individual member of the middle class
Belonging to the middle class
Of, or related to capitalist exploitation of the working class
the propertied middle class
conforming to the standards and conventions of the middle class; "a bourgeois mentality"
{i} middle class person
a member of the middle class belonging to the middle class conforming to the standards and conventions of the middle class; "a bourgeois mentality"
A size of type between long primer and brevier
a capitalist who engages in industrial commercial enterprise
a member of the middle class belonging to the middle class conforming to the standards and conventions of the middle class; "a bourgeois mentality" (according to Marxist thought) being of the property-owning class and exploitive of the working class
of or related to middle class attitudes and conventions
A man of middle rank in society; one of the shopkeeping class
{s} materialistic, conventional, middle class
disapproval If you describe people, their way of life, or their attitudes as bourgeois, you disapprove of them because you consider them typical of conventional middle-class people. He's accusing them of having a bourgeois and limited vision. see also petit bourgeois. French-born American sculptor whose often erotic sculptures are characterized by elongated figures and abstract shapes
Characteristic of the middle class, as in France
[French] an address of formality or politeness in France from the 16th C , usually for a non-noble person However, a person addressed as NN, bourgeois de [place] might be a noble man who was involved in town affairs and wanted to keep the title bourgeois de [place] to maintain certain tax breaks
DEFINITION ALSO
a member of the middle class
(according to Marxist thought) being of the property-owning class and exploitive of the working class
Louise Bourgeois
born Dec. 25, 1911, Paris, Fr. French-born U.S. sculptor. She studied briefly with Fernand Léger and initially worked as a painter and engraver. In the late 1940s, after moving to New York City with her American husband, she turned to sculpture. She achieved recognition in the 1950s with wooden constructions painted uniformly black or white. She also worked in marble, plaster, latex, and glass. Though her works are abstract, they are suggestive of the human figure and express themes of betrayal, anxiety, and loneliness
becoming bourgeois
becoming middle class, becoming conservative, becoming a property owner, becoming a capitalist
petit bourgeois
lower middle class shopkeepers and clerical staff etc
petit bourgeois
lower middle class (shopkeepers and clerical staff etc )
petit bourgeois
member of the lower middle class
petit bourgeois
a member of the lower middle class
petit bourgeois
disapproval Someone or something that is petit bourgeois belongs or relates to the lower middle class. He had a petit bourgeois mentality. another spelling of petty bourgeois
petty bourgeois
{i} (French) member of the lower middle class
petty bourgeois
see petit bourgeois
bourgeois
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