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snub

verb [T]  /snʌb/ (-bb-) us  
to treat someone rudely, esp. by ignoring that person: They’re likely to snub people who aren’t just like them.
snub
noun [C]  /snʌb/ us  
She was annoyed by their snubs.
Translations of “snub”
in Spanish ofender…
in French rabrouer…
in German eine Abfuhr erteilen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冷落,怠慢…
in Russian осадить, отбрить…
in Turkish hor görmek, hiçe saymak, önemsememek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冷落,怠慢…
in Polish ignorować, lekceważyć…
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