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bourgeois

adjective   /ˈbɔːʒ.wɑː/ disapproving
belonging to or typical of the middle class (= a social group between the rich and the poor) especially in supporting existing customs and values, or in having a strong interest in money and possessions burgués It’s a bit bourgeois, isn’t it, joining a golf club?2393
(Definition of bourgeois from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bourgeois

adjective /(British ) buəˈʒwaː; (American) buərˈʒwaː/
belonging to or relating to the middle class Burgesia a bourgeois family.
conservative or materialistic Burgesa bourgeois attitudes.
(according to Marxism) belonging to the class of people who are educated and who own property. Burgesia
bourgeoisie noun
the middle classes Burges The resort was especially popular among the bourgeoisie.
(according to Marxism) the class of people who are educated and who own property. Burges
(Definition of bourgeois from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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