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applied to teenagers and young adults of white working-class or lower-middle class origin. Chav • Chav is a derogatory slang term in popular usage throughout the UK. where a male chav is sometimes referred to as a chavster and a female as a chavette. It refers to a subculture stereotype of a person who is uneducated. The label is typically. uncultured and prone to antisocial or immoral behaviour. Stafford College .wikipedia.org/wiki/Chav Imogen Stewart.. Source: en. . Chav is used for both sexes.. though not exclusively.

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