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Hooray Henrynoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌhuː.reɪˈhen.ri/ UK disapproving
a ​young man from a high ​socialclass who ​speaksloudly and ​behaves in a ​noticeable way in ​public: The ​bar was ​full of Hooray Henrys.
(Definition of Hooray Henry from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Hooray Henry”
in Chinese (Simplified) 公开场合大声吵闹,行为招摇的上层青年人…
in Chinese (Traditional) 公眾場合大聲吵鬧,行為招搖的上層青年男子…
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