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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
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