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Arriviste meaning in Urdu

Arriviste Sentence

My friend is an arriviste.

Arriviste Synonyms


Arriviste Definitions

1) Arriviste, Nouveau-Riche, Parvenu, Upstart : نیا نیا امیر شخص, نودولتیا : (noun) a person who has suddenly risen to a higher economic status but has not gained social acceptance of others in that class.

Useful Words

Elite : ممتاز اشخاص , Class : طبقہ , Caste : ذات , Sir : سر , Mesalliance : اپنے سے کم درجے کے شخص سے شادی کرنا , Attainder : تمام شہری حقوق سے محروم شخص , Quality : قابلیت , Snobbery : ادعا پسندی , Socioeconomic : سماجی اقتصادی , Gentlefolk : اعلی نسب کے لوگ , Society : معاشرہ , Right : قدامت پسند , Bookman : عالم , Bourgeoisie : متوسط طبقہ , Upper Class : سماج کا سب سے اعلی طبقہ , Harijan : اچھوت , Labor : مزدور طبقہ , Caste : معاشرتی رتبہ , Bottom Dog : گرا ہوا انسان , Egalitarianism : عقیدہ مساوات انسانی , Class Struggle : طبقاتی تنازع , Smart Aleck : شیخی خورا , Capital : سرمایہ , Colleague : ہم پیشہ , Secession : آسٹریا کا اسکول , Horta : بیلجئیم کا معمار , Antonio Gaudi : اسپین کا ماہر تعمیرات , Nob : مالدار شخص , Anonym : جعلی نام , Background : سابقہ تجربہ , Dancer : ناچنے والا

Useful Words Definitions

Elite: a group or class of persons enjoying superior intellectual or social or economic status.

Class: people having the same social, economic, or educational status.

Caste: social status or position conferred by a system based on class.

Sir: sir is used as a respectful form of address for a man. It is often used to show deference or politeness when speaking to someone in a position of authority or as a way to show respect in formal or professional settings. "Sir" is also commonly used to address someone in a customer service or hospitality context. It is a term that denotes respect and is often used to address a person of higher social status or authority..

Mesalliance: a marriage with a person of inferior social status.

Attainder: the legal status of a person who is alive but who has been deprived of the rights and privileges of a citizen or a member of society; the legal status of one sentenced to life imprisonment.

Quality: high social status.

Snobbery: the trait of condescending to those of lower social status.

Socioeconomic: involving social as well as economic factors.

Gentlefolk: people of good family and breeding and high social status.

Society: an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organization.

Right: those who support political or social or economic conservatism; those who believe that things are better left unchanged.

Bookman: a learned person (especially in the humanities); someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines.

Bourgeoisie: the social class between the lower and upper classes.

Upper Class: the class occupying the highest position in the social hierarchy.

Harijan: belongs to lowest social and ritual class in India.

Labor: a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages.

Caste: a social class separated from others by distinctions of hereditary rank or profession or wealth.

Bottom Dog: a person of low status.

Egalitarianism: the doctrine of the equality of mankind and the desirability of political and economic and social equality.

Class Struggle: conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes).

Smart Aleck: an upstart who makes conceited, sardonic, insolent comments.

Capital: wealth in the form of money or property owned by a person or business and human resources of economic value.

Colleague: a person who is member of one's class or profession.

Secession: an Austrian school of art and architecture parallel to the French art nouveau in the 1890s.

Horta: Belgian architect and leader in art nouveau architecture (1861-1947).

Antonio Gaudi: Spanish architect who was a leading exponent of art nouveau in Europe (1852-1926).

Nob: informal term for an upper-class or wealthy person.

Anonym: a fictitious name used when the person performs a particular social role.

Background: a person`s social heritage: previous experience or training.

Dancer: a person who participates in a social gathering arranged for dancing (as a ball).

Related Words

Junior : جونیئر

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