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snide

adjective uk   us   /snaɪd/
(especially of remarks) containing unpleasant criticism that is not clearly stated: She made one or two snide remarks about their house, which I thought was a bit unnecessary.
snideness
noun [U] uk   us   /ˈsnaɪd.nəs/
Translations of “snide”
in Vietnamese giả mạo, ác ý…
in Spanish sarcástico…
in Thai ซึ่งเหยียดหยาม…
in Malaysian mencemuh…
in French sarcastique…
in German abfällig…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指話語)惡意的,挖苦的…
in Indonesian menyindir…
in Russian ехидный…
in Turkish küçültücü, alçaltıcı, kirici…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指话语)恶意的,挖苦的…
in Polish złośliwy…
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