yuppy


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yuppie

and yuppy (ˈjəpi)
1. n. a young urban professional. The yuppies are getting a lot of flack these days.
2. mod. having to do with yuppies. I don’t want to drive one of those yuppie cars.

yuppy

verb
See yuppie
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Being a yuppy wannabe, he'sdesperate to turn himself into a Brummie version of Sir Alan, the businessman star of The Apprentice.
Then there is the camp male couple with a passion for schitzus and the neurotic yuppy pair who start screaming and shouting at the slightest mishap.
The only problem is that Soprano is not your average yuppy suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome.
But there are strong story- lines including a protest riot over plans to turn Albert Square's kiddies' playground into yuppy flats.
A YUPPY whiz kid with the Midas touch was running three computer firms by the time he was 18.
The show, which chronicled the various get-rich-quick schemes of wannabe yuppy Derek Trotter, played by David Jason, beat shows including historical satire, Blackadder, and The Vicar of Dibley.