Definition of Bourgeoisie. Meaning of Bourgeoisie. Synonyms of Bourgeoisie

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Definition of Bourgeoisie

Bourgeoisie
Bourgeoisie Bour*geoi*sie", n. [F.] The French middle class, particularly such as are concerned in, or dependent on, trade.

Meaning of Bourgeoisie from wikipedia

- The bourgeoisie (/ˌbʊərʒ.wɑːˈziː/; French: [buʁʒwazi] (listen)) is a sociologically defined social class, equivalent to the middle or upper middle class...
- Petite bourgeoisie (French pronunciation: ​[pətit buʁʒwazi], literally small bourgeoisie), also petty bourgeoisie, is a French term (sometimes derogatory)...
- The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie (French: Le Charme discret de la bourgeoisie) is a 1972 surrealist film directed by Luis Buñuel and written by Buñuel...
- therefore obvious that as soon as the bourgeoisie has ac****ulated money, the state has to beg from the bourgeoisie and in the end it is actually bought...
- Habitants, and the Natifs. The Citoyens and the Bourgeois formed the bourgeoisie and, thus the patrician class of the Republic. The Citoyens (citizens)...
- dictatorship of the bourgeoisie, enacts regulations that actively support the interests of its true constituency, the bourgeoisie (such as bailing out...
- [citation needed] Within capitalism, middle-class initially referred to the bourgeoisie;[citation needed] as distinct from the nobility, then with the further...
- businessman" (petite bourgeoisie). Consequently, he and his government did not look with favor on the big business (bourgeoisie), especially the industrial...
- Rêveuse bourgeoisie ("dreamy bourgeoisie") is a 1937 novel by the French writer Pierre Drieu La Roc****e. It tells the story of a declining middle-class...
- Épater la bourgeoisie or épater le (or les) bourgeois is a French phrase that became a rallying cry for the French Decadent poets of the late 19th century...