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Translation of "snob" - English-Turkish dictionary

snob

noun [C]     /snɒb/
someone who thinks they are better than other people because they are in a higher social position züppe kişi, kendini beğenmiş/burnu havada kimse Showing arrogance and conceitConfidence and self-assuranceBoastingClass and class-consciousness in generalWealthiness and wealthyPoverty and poorUnpleasant people in generalUnpleasant men
snobbery     /ˈsnɒbəri/ noun [U]
behaviour and opinions that are typical of a snob züppelik, ukalâlık, kendini beğenmişlik Showing arrogance and conceitConfidence and self-assuranceBoastingClass and class-consciousness in generalWealthiness and wealthyPoverty and poor
Translations of “snob”
in Arabic مُتَعالٍ…
in Korean 고상한 체하는…
in Malaysian penyombong…
in French snob…
in Italian snob…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勢利小人,勢利眼, 愛虛榮的人…
in Russian сноб…
in Polish snob…
in Vietnamese trưởng giả học làm sang…
in Spanish esnob…
in Portuguese esnobe, pretensioso, -a…
in Thai คนหัวสูง…
in German der Snob…
in Catalan esnob, cregut, -uda…
in Japanese お高くとまった人, 紳士気取りの人…
in Indonesian snob…
in Chinese (Simplified) 势利小人,势利眼, 爱虚荣的人…
(Definition of snob from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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