soapie


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soapie

(ˈsəʊpɪ) or

soapy

n
Austral an informal word for soap opera
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She tells us: "My little sister has just joined Emmerdale, Denise Van Outen is in EastEnders - I feel like now I have to be a proper soapie.
Some nurses may prefer to use the acronym SOAPIE (subjective, objective, assessment, plan, implement, evaluation) to guide their charting process.
For example, there was a series of extremely crude Facebook pages (since taken down) that have taken over the persona of Alf Stewart, a character in the soapie Home and Away and used him to promote some pretty disgusting notions.
7de laan--A very popular Afrikaans television soapie in South Africa, having little or no literary merit, yet daily crossing cultural and language barriers.
Local media quoted Bailey as saying Friday she hopes the show will have the same effect as the Australian soapie Neighbours, which is popular in Britain and has drawn many British tourists.
The student, apparently driven by the common knowledge that where there is soapie, there is romance, gave the story another interesting twist: Christo apparently escaped from a jail in Burkina Faso to be with Dawid and his friends, Theo and Karolina, who are hiding him on their farm.
A persistent rain had been drizzling softly almost all day on 5 January 2006 when Claudia Namises and other residents in Dolam Location, one of the oldest sections of Katutura, settled in to watch their favourite evening soapie.
This year the awards have attracted well known South African celebrities from musicians, to actors and socialites who have already confirmed their attendance, such as Jazz singer Judith Sephuma, designer David Tlale, Kelly Khumalo and Thato Molamu who plays Nicholas in the popular South African Soapie Generations.
The channel also brings viewers the popular Marianna & Scarlet, a soapie about two sisters and how their lives unfold when confronted with love, envy, betrayal, secrets and lies.
Celeb salute: the soapie we love most this week is.