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Translation of "snob" - English-Spanish dictionary

snob

noun   /snɒb/
someone who thinks they are better than other people esnob, creído, -a
(Definition of snob from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

snob

noun /snob/
a person who admires people of high rank or social class, and despises those in a lower class etc than himself esnob She’s a frightful snob. Being a snob, he was always trying to get to know members of the royal family.
snobbery noun
behaviour/behavior, talk etc that is typical of a snob esnobismo She couldn’t bear her mother’s snobbery.
snobbish adjective
esnob, presumido She always had a snobbish desire to live in an area of expensive housing.
snobbishly adverb
con esnobismo She snobbishly refuses to go in that supermarket.
snobbishness noun
esnobismo
(Definition of snob from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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