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    parvenu - Dictionary definition and meaning for word parvenu

    (noun) a person who has suddenly risen to a higher economic status but has not gained social acceptance of others in that class Definition
    (adj) characteristic of someone who has risen economically or socially but lacks the social skills appropriate for this new position
    Synonyms : nouveau-riche , parvenue , upstart
    (adj) of or characteristic of a parvenu
    Synonyms : parvenue
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for parvenu

think of praveen(of indian crkt team)who has just entered into team and nw earnng a lot.....so is a newly rich person

par(paar) means dur in hindi and venur means place.the one who has moves 'dur' from his place to a high level is parvenue

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parv+enu(sounds like NEW)...SO something that has been newly started.

parvenu=parar hogaya venu,he took all the money from every body and went,he gained economic status

helpful 4 mallus. Tell "paavam aayirunnu" in malabar dialect. It sounds like "paaveynu" which is similar to "Parvenu". Which means he "was poor". Has the similar meaning

Break the word into UPPAR meaning upper or higher class in HINDI. and then VENUE of english. So it's a hinglish word meaning a higher standard or position

venu ke par lag gaye

Think of happy gilmore! A rejected hockey player puts his skills to the golf course! PAR for golf, which he is V (the) NEWcomer

newly up to par

Farmer become rick when his nadi par venue property rose in price but he was still rustic in manners.

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