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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
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