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stuck up

adjective
 
/ˌstʌk ˈʌp/ informal
too proud and considering yourself to be very important
borioso, con la puzza sotto il naso
Translations of “stuck up”
in Korean 거드름 피우는…
in Arabic مُتكَبّر, مَغرور…
in Portuguese convencido, esnobe…
in Catalan vanitós…
in Japanese うぬぼれた, お高くとまった…
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