groupie

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group·ie

 (gro͞o′pē)
n. Slang
1. A fan who follows a rock group around on tours.
2. An enthusiastic supporter or follower: a ballet groupie.

groupie

(ˈɡruːpɪ)
n
1. (Pop Music) an ardent fan of a celebrity, esp a pop star: originally, often a girl who followed the members of a pop group on tour in order to have sexual relations with them
2. an enthusiastic follower of some activity: a political groupie.

group•ie

(ˈgru pi)

n.
1. a young person, esp. a teenage girl, who is an ardent admirer of rock musicians and may follow them on tour.
2. an ardent fan of a celebrity or of a particular activity.
[1965–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.groupie - an enthusiastic young fan (especially a young woman who follows rock groups around)groupie - an enthusiastic young fan (especially a young woman who follows rock groups around)
buff, devotee, lover, fan - an ardent follower and admirer
Translations

groupie

[ˈgruːpɪ] Ngrupi mf fan de un grupo pop

groupie

[ˈgruːpi] ngroupie f

groupie

nGroupie nt

groupie

[ˈgruːpɪ] n (fam) → groupie m/f fanatico seguace di un gruppo (o un cantante) rock
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