posh


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Wikipedia.

posh

adjective Referring to someone or something associated with, or aspiring to be associated with, the upper (socioeconomic) class in the UK.
References in periodicals archive ?
Ex-Spice Girl Geri Halliwell and Posh rival Sophie Bexter Ellis also appeared on the show, but it's understood none of them met face to face.
POSH supports multiple currencies, making it adaptable and available for worldwide use for institutions of all sizes.
Posh Coworking is dedicated to connecting professionals with the resources and connections they need to be successful by building relationships, networking, and education.
Lee Tomlinson fired a stunning goal for Peterborough in their 2-1 win at Bristol City last Saturday and Posh boss Darren Ferguson believes that will kick-start the 22 year-old's campaign.
But that doesn't make Posh a style icon, no matter how hard she tries.
The nicest thing about Posh is that she genuinely loves David.
The Babes' Posh - Welsh stunner Rachel Jarvis, 23 - quit hours after the girls collected a gold disc for being voted best UK tribute band.
A quarter of those questioned consider spending more than pounds 10 on a bottle of wine to be posh, the poll by Opinium Research.
Posh has been named as a guest judge on American Idol.
Posh levelled just after the half - hour mark through Charlie Lee.
Mum-of-three Posh already has a best-selling range of jeans - DVB By Victoria Beckham.
POSH Spice Victoria Beckham is set for a crunch meeting with Gary Lineker after being signed up to do an ad for Walkers Crisps.