UK [ˌtʃætəˈrɑːtɪ] / US [ˌtʃætəˈrɑtɪ] noun [plural] Indian English

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  • chatterati — UK [ˌtʃætəˈrɑːti] US [ˌtʃætəˈrɑti] noun [plural] indian english the chattering classes Thesaurus: educated people and expertssynonym people from the middle classessynonym degrees and other academic qualificationshyponym …   Useful english dictionary

  • chatterati — (chat.uh.RAT.ty) n. The elite members of the chattering classes. Example Citation: While the London chatterati think a Labour landslide is a turn off, the Scottish middle classes are quite willing to participate in inevitable triumphs for the… …   New words

  • chatterati — noun People who are renowned to chat, argue and debate excessively The newspaper the Guardian, together with its Sunday sister the Observer, are the liberal papers of choice among the middle class chatterati. Syn: chattering classes …   Wiktionary

  • chatterati — /tʃætəˈrati/ (say chatuh rahtee) plural noun individuals in the chattering classes, especially in the media. {blend of chattering classes and literati} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Mera Kuchh Saamaan — Mera Kuch Saamaan Song by R D Burman from the album Ijaazat Released 1987 Recorded Mumbai, India Genre Film score …   Wikipedia

  • Media and Journalism — anniversary journalism anonymice anus envy back channel media barking head beat sweetener belligerati …   New words

  • Oprahization — (oh.pruh.eye.ZAY.shun) n. The increased tendency for people to publicly describe their feelings and emotions and confess their past indiscretions. Example Citation: The new president may bring back any number of people from the first Bush… …   New words

  • People — 99er adultescent agritourist alpha earner alpha geek alpha girl alpha pup altruistic donor …   New words

  • Television — actorvist adrenaline television appointment television backstory baked potato barking head begathon …   New words

  • banalysis — (BAY.nal.uh.sis or buh.NAL.uh.sys) n. Analysis or reasoning that is commonplace, trivial, or trite. Example Citation: All this would make food for thought, if only the public, in undiminished and indeed ever growing numbers, did not demonstrate… …   New words

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