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Definition of charver

charver

noun

  • See chav.

    Last edited on Oct 10 2004. Submitted by Ned on Oct 10 2004.

  • a stereotypical arrogant teenage yob who wears townie clothes, especially baseball caps, tracksuit trousers and hoodies, and behaves like a lout. Origin of the term "chav."

    Last edited on Feb 13 2006. Submitted by Robbie G. from Stroud, Hampshire, UK on Feb 13 2006.

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