chichi
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˈʃi.ʃi/
Adjective

chichi

  1. affectedly trendy; chic and stylish
    Synonyms: bougie, bourgie
    • E. Taylor, Game of Hide-&-Seek
      Going in gangs to those chichi clubs at Maidenhead.
    • 1969, January 22, Daily Telegraph
      The sort of real delicious Italian country cooking that is a revelation after so much chichi Italian food dished up in London.
Pronunciation
  • IPA: /ˈtʃi.tʃi/
Noun

chichi (plural chichis)

  1. (slang, Latin America, mostly, in the plural) A woman's breast.
    • 2014, Stephen May, Wake Up Happy Every Day
      And later, in Latin Grill Express, Jesus makes sure to compliment her accent, her vocabulary, to express admiration for the way her chichis looked in the last dress all over again, then Sarah asks about his plans for work, what he will do when they all leave.



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