YUPPIE

Young Urban Professional - a demographic grouping
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yuppie

[n] - a young upwardly mobile professional person
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Yuppie

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yuppie

noun a young upwardly mobile professional person; someone under 40 who prospered during the 1980s
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Yuppie

Yuppie is slang for a young, snobby, wealthy, professional.
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Yuppie

Yuppie (short for `young urban professional` or `young upwardly-mobile professional`) is a term that refers to a member of the upper middle class or upper class in their 20s or 30s. It first came into use in the early 1980s. ==Characteristics== Author and political commentator Victor Davis Hanson has written: ==History== Although the term yupp...
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Yuppie

Derives from Young Urban Professional. Term used since the 1980s to describe a young person who has a well-paid job and an affluent lifestyle.
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