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Chav vs. Bogan

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Chavnoun

A working-class youth, especially one associated with aggression, poor education, and a perceived "common" taste in clothing and lifestyle.

Bogannoun

An unsophisticated person from a working class background.

Chav

(), also and in parts of England is a British pejorative term used to describe an anti-social lower-class youth dressed in sportswear. is a related term referring to female chavs, and the adjectives , , and are used to describe things associated with chavs, such as fashion, slang, etc.

‘Chav’; ‘charver’; ‘scally’; ‘Chavette’; ‘chavvy’; ‘chavvish’; ‘chavtastic’;

Bogannoun

An Anglo-Celtic member of a lower socioeconomic group, stereotypically classified as wearing black jumpers or black concert T-shirts.

Bogannoun

A petrolhead.

Bogannoun

(Canada) Any narrow water or creek, particularly a tranquil backwater.

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Bogannoun

An indigenous person.

Boganverb

(rare) To act like a bogan.

Bogan

Bogan ( BOHG-ən) is Australian and New Zealand slang for a person whose speech, clothing, attitude and behaviour are considered unrefined or unsophisticated. Depending on the context, the term can be pejorative or self-deprecating.

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