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English-German translation for: posh
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Dictionary English German: posh

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English German
ADJ   posh | posher/more posh | poshest/most posh
SYNO   classy | posh | swish
posh {adj} [coll.]
posh {adj} [coll.]
posh {adj} [coll.]
posh {adj} [coll.]
piekfein [ugs.]
posh {adj} [coll.]
todschick [ugs.]
posh {adj} [coll.]
schnieke [ugs.]
posh {adj} [coll.]
fesch [ugs.] [österr.] [südd.] [elegant]
posh {adj} [coll.]
fein [vornehm, nobel] [auch pej.]
2 Words
bloody posh {adj} [Br.] [coll.]scheißvornehm [derb]
to posh sth. up [coll.]etw. verschönern
ling. to talk posh [Br.] [coll.]hochgestochen reden
to talk posh [Br.] [coll.]mit vornehmem Akzent sprechen
urban posh area [coll.]Nobelbezirk {m}
gastr. posh bar [coll.]Edelkneipe {f} [ugs.]
posh hotel [coll.]Nobelabsteige {f} [ugs.]
posh hotel [coll.]Nobelherberge {f} [ugs.]
posh neighbourhood [Br.] [coll.]Nobelviertel {n}
gastr. posh restaurant [coll.]Nobelrestaurant {n} [oft hum.]
posh restaurants [coll.]Nobelrestaurants {pl} [oft hum.]
5+ Words
idiom to go around dressed up all posh [Br.]todschick angezogen daherkommen
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