An adjective used to brand something, such as an item, object, activity, TV show, even a moral choice etc, that would stereotypically appeal to a chav
e.g: Burberry, Bling, casual sex and associated low morals, Little Britain the list goes on.

The word is pretty much always used in a negative sense by non-chavs, as to them the thing in question is undesirable.
Guy 1: These trainers are cool.
Guy 2: Nike? It's a bit chavvy isn't it?
Guy 1: Oh yeah, suppose so *puts down trainer in disgust*
作者 PsychoFox 2007年8月10日
from lower class council estates,scum of british society
dragged up by parents who are just as bad.
an absolute joke they should all be erased permanently!
stinkin' attitude,insecure,gold ridden,dirty,ugly, rough,absolutely no idea about life,they think there in some gangster world(only on there estate!)
made of steal!!(NOT) complete gobshites
作者 chavvy hater 2004年4月15日
Gypsy's use this word to refer to childeren.
"Get your little chavvy's out of the road"
作者 thomgael 2003年8月09日
an adjective version of chav.

someone or something that is chav-like
That girl was so chavvy.
作者 SongGirl07 2006年3月14日
A short form of this word is chav. Common in southern England.
You chav!
作者 Ian Chode 2003年9月02日
Refers to a mate of the 'pikey' or 'Traveller' family ,i.e 'Oight chavvy!, pass da reefer bouy!'
作者 Anonymous 2003年3月10日
Edinburgh slang. A ne'er do well.
Ahm jist a wee f@ckin Chavvy fae Embra, eh.
作者 sunshinespirit.co.uk 2003年7月29日

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