Translation of snob in Spanish:

snob

Pronunciation: /snɑːb; snɒb/

n

  • (e)snob (mf) she's a music/wine snob se las da de entendida en música/vinos (before n) snob value cachet (m)
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    • They plug into portable devices and laptops, and will impress even insufferable music snobs.
    • There is obvious pleasure in exposing wine snobs, even more than Literature snobs.
    • What is it with music snobs only being able to appreciate good throwaway pop ten years later?

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