POSH - Port out, starboard home adjective informal
This is an informal word to express deluxe, rich, people from high social class, sometimes this word is used as a sarcastic word for rich people.
Donald Trump speaks like a posh.
A posh never swears !
In the 30th of April 1975, there were some people which left the country with helicopters in a posh way
A rich kid always stay in a posh shack
a posh hotel/restaurant
There are many stories involved in the origin of the word 'POSH'. One of which is that the word 'POSH' derives from the 'port out, starboard home' legend supposedly printed on tickets of passengers on P&O (Peninsula and Orient) passenger vessels that travelled between UK and India in the days of the Raj. The tickets with printed word 'POSH' are usually deluxe tickets for rich, important people hence the meaning of the word 'POSH'. The first recorded of the word being used like the modern definition is in a cartoon (named Punch) on September 1918.
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