Translation for 'bourgeois' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   bourgeois | more bourgeois | most bourgeois
NOUN   bourgeois | -
SYNO bourgeois | burgher | businessperson | ...
bourgeois {adj}буржоазен
bourgeois {noun}
буржоа {м}
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Translation for 'bourgeois' from English to Bulgarian

bourgeois {adj}

bourgeois {noun}
буржоа {м}соц.
Usage Examples English
  • After its release "Iphigenia" was referred as one “elementary” piece, written by a “bourgeois for bourgeois”, which doesn't “raises pathological concerns”.
  • On December 31, 1986, in a humorous year-end review, "Bye-bye 86", Radio-Canada included a sketch titled "Le bourgeois gentilhomme Lavigueur," inspired by Molière's "Le Bourgeois gentilhomme".
  • Bourgeois arms, such as those of the bourgeois of Brussels, were, and remain, common in Belgium and were granted except during the French Revolutionary period and subsequent republic.
  • Such bands tended to be scorned at the time by some elements of the press for their "bobo" ("bourgeois bohème" or bourgeois Bohemian) backgrounds: in other words, they were portrayed as "the spoilt kids of rich parents playing at being rock stars".
  • Amadeo Bordiga argued that fascism is merely another form of bourgeois rule, on the same level as bourgeois democracy or traditional monarchy, and that it is not particularly reactionary or otherwise exceptional.

  • Bellezza was a bourgeois, as were many other intellectuals, but differed from them, according to Pasolini, in being "the first poet bourgeois to judge himself".
  • In addition to melodramas, popular and bourgeois theater in the mid-century turned to realism in the "well-made" bourgeois farces of Eugène Marin Labiche and the moral dramas of Émile Augier.
  • The theme of the story is again the conflict between idealistic youth and bourgeois adulthood, with the main character both mourning the loss of his ideals and accepting in his fate as a bourgeois family man.
  • Bourgeois tragedies tend to propagate the values of the bourgeois class to which their heroes belong.
  • The book title's reference to 'bourgeois de Paris' was first introduced by Denis Godefroy in his 1653 edition and has been retained in some subsequent editions.

  • He published, among other things, on historical materialism and ethics and dealt critically with the bourgeois conception of humanism and bourgeois philosophical anthropology.
  • Guy de Maupassant, (2009) Les Dimanches d'un bourgeois de Paris (Sundays of a Bourgeois) Nahar.
  • "He was a bourgeois, and in Hungary there are bourgeois, proletarians and Bohemians, but the real bourgeois is not common.
  • Pablo, the leader of the IS, characterised the MNR as petty-bourgeois. Others have criticised this arguing that the POR was bourgeois.
  • "Egoism and Freedom Movements" and "Beginnings of the Bourgeois Philosophy of History" are the longest of the essays.

  • The term "Bildungsbürgertum" was coined in 1920s Germany, by the political right-wing to communicate anti-bourgeois sentiment, based upon the perceived incompatibility of temperament in a person who claims to being both a 'genuine' intellectual and a [...] , a bourgeois.
  • Meanwhile, Ling is constantly being harassed at school by children of the working class who believe Ling is bourgeois; Ling's clothing and long hair are constantly used as a means to make her look bourgeois.
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