listen to the pronunciation of posh
Englisch - Türkisch
kibar; sosyetik
s., İng., k.dili

O, lüks bir okula gitti. - She went to a posh school.

O Central Park yakınındaki lüks bir dairede yaşıyor. - He lives in a posh apartment near Central Park.

dili lüks
posh oneself up
havalı giyinmek
posh oneself up
giyinip kuşanmak
pish posh
öf posh
the posh
Englisch - Englisch
Peterborough United F.C.|Peterborough United F.C.]], a football club from Peterborough, England
an exclamation expressing derision
Snobbish, materialistic, prejudiced, under the illusion that they are better than everyone else. usually offensive. (especially in Scotland and North England)

We have a right posh fart moving in next door.

Associated with the upper classes

She talks with a posh accent.

Stylish, elegant, exclusive (expensive)

After the performance they went out to a very posh restaurant.

{s} (Slang) luxurious, opulent, elegant; richly furbished, spiffy
elegant and fashionable; "classy clothes"; "a classy dame"; "a posh restaurant"; "a swish pastry shop on the Rue du Bac"- Julia Child
If you describe something as posh, you mean that it is smart, fashionable, and expensive. Celebrating a promotion, I took her to a posh hotel for a cocktail. a posh car
If you describe a person as posh, you mean that they belong to or behave as if they belong to the upper classes. I wouldn't have thought she had such posh friends
Posh 'n' Becks
sex (the act of fornicating)
pish posh
Nonsense; tommyrot

You don't believe in angels? Oh, pish-posh, Officer. How do you think we make it through the day without angels?”.

too posh to push
Of a woman or women, preferring to have a Caesarean section rather than undergo natural child birth
adverb posh 2
talk posh to talk in an upper class way
luxuriously, magnificently, elegantly (Slang)
Türkisch - Englisch
the posh

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈpäsʜ/ /ˈpɑːʃ/


    [ 'päsh ] (adjective.) 1918. Unknown; popularly believed to be an acronym for "port out, starboard home", describing the cabins given to upper-class passengers travelling with the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company from Britain to India and back. The company denies this practice, despite christening its loyalty scheme the "P.O.S.H. Club" after the myth (the club has since been renamed "Portunus"). A more likely origin is the Romany word posh meaning "half-", as in posh-kooroona meaning "half a crown" - a once-substantial sum of money, and hence by association anything pricey or upper-class. Alternatively posh may have first become a general term for money, after posh-houri, half-penny. See for other theories. A period slang dictionary defines "POSH" as a term used by thieves for "Money : generic, but specifically, a halfpenny or other small coin."Slang and its Analogues Past and Present: Vol. V, John S. Farmer and W.E. Henley (eds), London (1902), p. 261. An example is given from Page's Eavesdropper, 1888: "They used such funny terms: 'brads,' and 'dibbs,' and 'mopusses,' and 'POSH' ... at last it was borne in upon me that they were talking about money." It is noteworthy that POSH is spelled in capital letters, like the alleged acronym.

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