posho

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posho

(ˈpɔʃɔ)
n
1. (Cookery) corn meal
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) payment of workers in foodstuffs rather than money
[from Swahili]
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THE popular programme about poshos from the perspective of high-class magazine Tatler concludes with features editor Sophia Money-Coutts roving around Scottish castles.
More poshos with first-world problems (although it's quite funny).
BRITAIN'S T POSHEST NANNIES (9pm ITV) YET another programme about poshos.
BRITAIN'S POSHEST NANNIES (9pm ITV) YET another programme about poshos.
FANS of reality TV shows will know Andy best as one of the poshos on Made In Chelsea.
Then, when he gets back to Blighty, he sells it all at vastly inflated prices to idiot poshos so loaded they probably use rolls of PS20 notes to plug the leaky roofs of their ancestral country piles.
The tale of jazz band leader Louis Lester, played by Chiwetel Ejiofor, and his band trying to conquer London in the 1930s looks great and sounds even better but it has the feel of something that thinks it is better than it is and, to be frank, there's just too many poshos.
But because rugby union is run by self-deprecating southern poshos, their showpiece event is known as the "Gosh, do pop down to Twickers today - it should be mildly diverting and there'll be some high jinks in the bar afterwards
The students featured look like stereotypical Oxbridge poshos and future MPs, but they're not all they appear.
To prevent the rise of new serious hazards, POSHOs now certify prospective residences before they can be acquired or leased.
All the poshos also holiday in Cornwall, okay, so many have second homes but if you stumble across Hoburne's Holiday Park in Doublebois, Dobwalls, near Liskeard, then you may just have found a second home of your own.
Until very recently I thought a leylandii was some sort of 4X4 that poshos drove around Chelsea.