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Saltos de línea: nosy
Pronunciación: /ˈnəʊzi
(also nosey) informal

Definición de nosy en inglés:

adjetivo (nosier, nosiest)

Showing too much curiosity about other people’s affairs: nosy neighbours stop being so nosy!
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • By now some of the more nosey neighbors were peering out of their doors with curiosity.
  • As if the nosy neighbours hadn't been curious enough, Brian definitely made an entrance nobody would forget.
  • They've just moved there, but nosy neighbours begin to wonder about precisely where her father is, seeing as no one's laid eyes on him for months.


(nosies, nosying or noseying, nosied) [no object, with adverbial] Volver al principio  
Pry into something: they don’t nosy into your business like some people
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • We're nosying around a suite at London's Charlotte Street Hotel while the photographer sets up.
  • Mind you, I'm always noseying at books and coveting.
  • But I also just adore noseying at other people's snapshots.



Example sentences
  • She flashed it at the conductor briefly, and then stopped as she noticed a slip of paper sticking out of the back - she unfolded it, and I peered nosily to the right to catch a glimpse.
  • ‘Lacey Green’, I smiled nicely and peered inside their apartment nosily.
  • I fidgeted as some passers-by glanced at me nosily.


Example sentences
  • He was attracting quite a bit of attention on the first day - pure curiosity and nosiness.
  • His inherent nosiness, his interest in people, made him a great reporter.
  • With all of David's prodding, Selina found herself slipping up and mistaking his nosiness for actual interest in her, though he said otherwise.

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