boulevardier - Wiktionary
boulevardier
English
Etymology
Borrowed from French boulevardier, from boulevard +‎ -ier.
Pronunciation
Rhymes: -ɪə(ɹ)
Noun
boulevardier (plural boulevardiers)
A man who frequents the boulevards; thus, a man about town or bon vivant.
Synonyms
Translations
a man who frequents the boulevards
Romanian: bulevardier (ro) m
Coordinate terms
mall rat
See also
Verb
boulevardier (third-person singular simple present boulevardiers, present participle​boulevardiering​, simple past and past participle​boulevardiered​)
(intransitive) To strut or show off like a boulevardier.
French
Adjective
boulevardier (feminine singular boulevardière, masculine plural boulevardiers, feminine pluralboulevardières)
boulevardier (attributive)
Noun
boulevardier m (plural boulevardiers, feminine​boulevardière​)
boulevardier
Further reading
boulevardier” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
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