Definition of culture vulture in English:

culture vulture

Line breaks: cul|ture vul|ture

noun

informal
A person who is very interested in the arts: there’s more than enough to satisfy the thousands of culture vultures who will descend on the Scottish capital
More example sentences
  • If you are a budding culture vulture, the upcoming Edinburgh Festival will provide a uniquely atmospheric day.
  • She has started to spread her wings and is fast becoming something of a culture vulture.
  • That was enough of the culture vulture for a while.

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