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bohemian

noun [C]  /boʊˈhi·mi·ən/ us  
a person who lives in a very informal style that is different from the way most people live
bohemian
adjective  /boʊˈhi·mi·ən/ us  
She belonged to a West Coast group of bohemian writers and intellectuals.
Translations of “bohemian”
in Chinese (Traditional) 放蕩不羈的文化人…
in Russian богемный…
in Turkish bohem…
in Chinese (Simplified) 放荡不羁的文化人…
in Polish swobodny…
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