In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1yuppy femenino coloquial(clientele) (before noun) yuppy coloquial(lifestyle) de los yuppies coloquial
- Harlem is a relatively harmless, rather dull patch of a great city still garnering a tiny cachet among the local yuppies because it used to have quite a spunky black community.
- This hotel in Shivajinagar had for years remained outside the loop for the partying yuppy crowd.
- There were even people playing football in the yuppie village this evening.
- I was born too late to be a yuppy, too early to be generation X, or a member of the Chemical Generation.
- The yuppie crowds love the concept and organisers swear that these events are extremely popular.
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