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  • EN [ pɒʃ]
  • US [ pɑʃ]

English definition


  • 1. elegant and fashionable;

    • "classy clothes"
    • "a classy dame"
    • "a posh restaurant"
    • "a swish pastry shop on the Rue du Bac"- Julia Child

Example sentences

  • You look very posh in your new suit.

  • Increasingly, more Chinese Singaporeans would hold their reunion dinner in posh restaurants, despite the exorbitant costs.

  • Her posh accent is pure affectation.

  • Rodents had overrun a posh private school near New York City.

  • Soon you'll be eating at a posh restaurant.

  • We must posh up ourselves up for the party.

  • She always puts on a posh voice to talk to the vicar.

  • A posh neighborhood of branded shops and celebrated restaurants are nearby for your convenience and pleasure.

  • They live in the posh part of town.

  • He's got plenty of money to throw around on whores and gambling and building posh houses!

  • Now he's got a posh car, he thinks he's arrived.

  • She has a rather posh way of speaking.

  • I've declined the invitation to the Royal Garden Party; I'd just to be a square peg in a round hole among all those posh people.

  • During this time of economic uncertainty, most are backing away from things luxurious, pricey and posh.

  • Does she look posh to you, or gawky?

  • I'm here with hugo posh, the producer of adult education.

  • Sixteen policemen were killed , bang in front of a posh hotel.

  • Posh inside, too. Pink and black leather and pink piping on the carpets.

  • I was once having dinner with him in a posh restaurant.

  • You look very posh in your new suit.

  • Celebrating a promotion, I took her to a posh hotel for a cocktail.

  • It was very, very good, far better than vegetarian offerings in many a posh restaurant.

  • He sounded so posh on the phone.

  • I wouldn't have thought she had such posh friends.

Phrase collocation

  • posh something up

    (Brit.)smarten something up

    • the sealing wax with which she poshed up Muriel's dancing shoes.


  • posh

    • The apartment has recently been redecorated and is now rather posh.

    • That's the poshest restaurant in town.

  • posh up

    • I poshed up my old car.


Meaning of posh

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