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snobberynoun [U]

uk   /ˈsnɒb.ər.i/ us   /ˈsnɑː.bɚ.i/ also snobbishness disapproving
behaviour and opinions that are typical of a snob: She accused me of snobbery because I sent my sons to a private school.
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Translations of “snobbery”
in Arabic خُيلاء…
in Korean 속물 근성…
in Portuguese esnobismo…
in Catalan esnobisme, altivesa…
in Japanese 紳士気取り, お高くとまること…
in Chinese (Simplified) 势利,虚荣…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勢利,虛榮…
in Italian snobismo…
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