Definition of 'snub'
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So not much chance of snubbing the heir to the throne. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Whether the invitation snub is at the heart of all this remains unclear. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He was there and saw him deliver a very public snub. The Sun (2010)He did need to stop to attend to the needs of a bleeding world that mainly snubbed their noses at him. Christianity Today (2000)He snubbed a new deal and his 1m move has paid off. The Sun (2008)The cost: a public snub by his brother. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The Spectator magazine will also snub it. The Sun (2013)But he will snub his only chance of bringing in money for a much-needed striker by offloading anyone. The Sun (2011)The new snub was delivered by five judges a month after furious MPs voted against being forced by the court to let lags take part. The Sun (2011)He signed a new three-year deal after snubbing the Premiership offer. The Sun (2009)But Strictly contestant Abbey snubbed the chance to show off her dancing skills. The Sun (2013)A small number of bishops snubbed the invitation, going to rival services or returning home to their own dioceses. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But, second, the move could also play as a public snub for the dollar. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He also wants to snub Danish officials and boycott the country's products. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was fat and compact, a beer barrel on legs with a sergeant major's snub nose. Food Watch (1994)His 11th strike of the season came 24 hours after it was announced he has snubbed a new deal. The Sun (2012)Tan flew back to Malaysia straight after the game to attend a business meeting, snubbing the chance to build bridge. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'snub'
British English: snub VERB
If you snub someone, you deliberately insult them by ignoring them or by behaving or speaking rudely towards them.
He snubbed her in public and made her feel an idiot.
British English: snub NOUN
If you snub someone, your behaviour or your remarks can be referred to as a snub.
He took it as a snub.
Definition of snub from the Collins English Dictionary
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