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toady

noun [C] uk   /ˈtəʊ.di/ us    /ˈtoʊ-/ disapproving
a person who praises and is artificially pleasant to people in authority, usually in order to get some advantage from them
toady
verb [I] uk   us  
She was always toadying to the boss.
Translations of “toady”
in Chinese (Traditional) 諂媚者,馬屁精…
in Chinese (Simplified) 谄媚者,马屁精…
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