bohemian Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"bohemian" in British English

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bohemiannoun [C]

uk   /bəʊˈhiː.mi.ən/ /bə-/  us   /boʊ-/ (informal boho)
a ​person who is ​interested in ​art, ​music, and/or ​literature, and ​lives in a very ​informal way, ​ignoring the usually ​acceptedways of ​behaving
bohemian
adjective uk   us  
a bohemian ​lifestyle
(Definition of bohemian from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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bohemiannoun [C]

 us   /boʊˈhi·mi·ən/
a ​person who ​lives in a very ​informalstyle that is different from the way most ​peoplelive
bohemian
adjective  us   /boʊˈhi·mi·ən/
She ​belonged to a ​WestCoastgroup of bohemian writers and intellectuals.
(Definition of bohemian from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bohemian”
in Chinese (Simplified) 放荡不羁的文化人…
in Turkish bohem…
in Russian богемный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 放蕩不羈的文化人…
in Polish swobodny…
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