Spanish translation of 'stuck-up'
⇒ to be very stuck-up about sth
presumir mucho a causa de algo
Example Sentences Including 'stuck-up'
He was more or less saying he'd treated her as one would treat a friend, and she'd been too dense, or too stuck-up , to take it.Death and Transfiguration
And with that wife of his, that stuck-up Rita, I should think Joe got more than his share.Death of an Unknown Man
I was always having to convince stuck-up city girls that I wasn't making the Kingdom up.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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Translation of stuck-up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary