Definition of 'snob'
Example sentences containing 'snob'
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We food snobs tend to be rather sniffy about her. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This is when the average food snob steps out. Times, Sunday Times (2010)So are we becoming more discerning in our tastes or just turning into food snobs? Times, Sunday Times (2009)The world is full of intellectual snobs. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is certainly no intellectual snob. Times, Sunday Times (2007)CW has little time for intellectual snobs. Times, Sunday Times (2011)I've always been a food snob. Times, Sunday Times (2013) Food snobs will be surprised to learn that the average Frenchman eats 14 burgers a year. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Eat here, unless you're a total food snob. The Sun (2015)Many politicians and bankers appear to be arrogant, self-important snobs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He allows us to understand that art snobs are insecure people: that the problem is theirs, not ours. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Food snobs are awful. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Most of all, I learnt how to stop being a food snob. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'snob'
British English: snob /snɒb/ NOUN
A snob is someone who feels that they are better than other people because of their behaviour or social class.
Her parents did not like him because they were snobs.
- American English: snob
- Arabic: مُتَكَبِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: esnobe
- Chinese: 势利小人
- Croatian: snob
- Czech: snob
- Danish: snob
- Dutch: snob
- European Spanish: esnob
- Finnish: snobi
- French: snob
- German: Snob
- Greek: σνομπ
- Italian: snob
- Japanese: 紳士気取りの俗物
- Korean: 속물
- Norwegian: snobb
- Polish: snob
- European Portuguese: snob
- Romanian: snob
- Russian: сноб
- Spanish: esnob
- Swedish: snobb
- Thai: คนที่คิดว่าตนดีกว่าคนอื่น
- Turkish: züppe
- Ukrainian: сноб
- Vietnamese: trưởng giả học làm sang
Definition of snob from the Collins English Dictionary
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