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Translation of "clique" - English-Spanish dictionary

clique

noun   /kliːk/ disapproving
a small group of people who spend their time together and do not welcome other people into that group camarilla Our golf club is run by a very unfriendly clique (of people). There’s a clique at work that never talks/who never talk to anyone else.669
(Definition of clique from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

clique

noun /kliːk/
a group of people who are friendly with each other but exclude others camarilla the golf-club clique.
cliquey adjective ( cliquish)
exclusivista The country club is reputed to be rather cliquey.
(Definition of clique from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “clique”
in Vietnamese đám…
in Malaysian klik…
in Thai กลุ่มคนที่สมาคมเฉพาะพวกของตน…
in French clique…
in German die Clique…
in Chinese (Simplified) 小集团,小圈子, 派系…
in Turkish hizip grubu, klik…
in Russian клика…
in Indonesian klik…
in Chinese (Traditional) 小集團,小圈子, 派系…
in Polish klika…
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