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Trunication of bourgeoisie. Pronounced "boo-zhee"

adj. To be pretentious in matters of taste or dismissive of other tastes, in a manner that follows a particular middle class mode of thinking. Generally derogatory.
Is it more bourgie to be a scotch snob or a beer snob?
by InterestingTimes January 26, 2009
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A catch all word to describe anything that is basic, uncool or untrendy. According to The New York Times, "cheugy (pronounced chew-gee) can be used, broadly, to describe someone who is out of date or trying too hard."

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The New York Times
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Goldendoodles

Australians

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White people
Billionaires

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Newer, trendy slang version of the French term, "bourgeois", meaning middle class people with materialistic capitalist attitudes.

Being obsessed with the finer things in life. Luxury items, luxury living. Treating oneself to the best life has to offer and loving it. Buying fancy cars, high-end clothing, going to expensive hair and nail salons, VIP only, 5 star restaurants and hotels...

Wanting the best of everything ...
Look at my Gucci handbag. I'm so bourgie now!
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1 Stuck up, rich bitch, uncle tom, sell out. anybody who acts like they are better then everybody because of their financial standings.

2Karl Marx definition for property owning class in opposition to the working class

pronouced boo zhie
how that girl gone deny me, she bourgie as hell with her fake as guchi, dolce and gabana wanna be ass.
by meteorman312 February 12, 2011
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Stemming from the French word bourgeoisie. Pronounced "boo-zhee"

Someone who is class-conscious, with educated and discerning tastes, and interested in enjoying the finer things in life. It is definitely not high-class, aristoratic, snooty, or snobbish. “Bourgie” is as much an idea, and a state of mind, as it is an attitude towards enjoying good food, good friends, and good conversation, everyday. It evokes a mood of simple elegance, casual yet sophisticated—modern.
"Check out old girl in the Mercedes. Isn't she from 82nd and International (Oakland)? Oh I guess she's bourgie now!"
by MP$40 July 25, 2006
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