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yuppie

noun [C] ( also yuppy)     /ˈjʌp.i/ disapproving
a young person who lives in a city, earns a lot of money and spends it doing fashionable things and buying expensive possessions 雅皮士(指高收入、喜歡追求時尚並購買昂貴物品的城市青年) They're just a couple of yuppies with more money than sense. 他們只不過是一對亂花錢的雅皮士而已。 Wealthy people
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