[jen-truh-fahy] /ˈdʒɛn trəˌfaɪ/
verb (used with object), gentrified, gentrifying.
to improve (a neighborhood) by .
verb (used without object), gentrified, gentrifying.
to undergo :
Some neighborhoods gentrify more easily than others.
“renovate inner-city housing to middle-class standards,” by 1972, from gentry + -fy. Related: Gentrified, which was used from early 19c. of persons.
[jen-tree] /ˈdʒɛn tri/ noun 1. wellborn and well-bred people. 2. (in England) the class below the nobility. 3. an upper or ruling class; aristocracy. 4. those who are not members of the nobility but are entitled to a coat of arms, especially those owning large tracts of land. 5. (used with a plural verb) people, […]
[jent] /dʒɛnt/ noun 1. Informal. (defs 1, 2). [khent] /xɛnt/ noun 1. Flemish name of . [jents] /dʒɛnts/ 1. the, Informal. a men’s room. /dʒɛnts/ noun 1. (functioning as sing) (Brit, informal) a men’s public lavatory /dʒɛnt/ noun 1. (informal) short for gentleman /xɛnt/ noun 1. the Flemish name for Ghent n. short for gentleman, […]
[jee-noo, -nyoo, jen-oo, -yoo] /ˈdʒi nu, -nyu, ˈdʒɛn u, -yu/ noun, plural genua [jen-oo-uh, -yoo-uh] /ˈdʒɛn u ə, -yu ə/ (Show IPA). Anatomy, Zoology. 1. the knee. 2. a kneelike part or bend. /ˈdʒɛnjuː/ noun (anatomy) (pl) genua (ˈdʒɛnjʊə) 1. the technical name for the knee 2. any kneelike bend in a structure or part […]
theft, the son of Hadad, of the Edomitish royal family. He was brought up in Pharaoh’s household. His mother was a sister of Tahpenes, the king of Egypt’s wife, mentioned in 1 Kings 11:20.