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snub

verb [T] uk   us   /snʌb/ (-bb-)
to insult someone by not giving them any attention or treating them as if they are not important: I think she felt snubbed because Anthony hadn't bothered to introduce himself.
snub
noun [C] uk   us  
I simply didn't recognize her and apparently she took it as a snub.
Translations of “snub”
in Vietnamese hắt hủi…
in Spanish ofender…
in Thai ดูแคลน…
in Malaysian menghina…
in French rabrouer…
in German eine Abfuhr erteilen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冷落,怠慢…
in Indonesian menghina…
in Russian осадить, отбрить…
in Turkish hor görmek, hiçe saymak, önemsememek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冷落,怠慢…
in Polish ignorować, lekceważyć…
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