Share this entry
American English: /snup/
British English: /snuːp/

Translation of snoop in Spanish:

intransitive verb


  • 1 (person)
    Example sentences
    • Hiring a professional snoop is a good way to find out.
    • And, as usual, the law is unlikely to catch the professional snoop.
    • Those punish snoops who pry into someone else's private affairs, anyone who publicly discloses embarrassing private facts, and publicity that shows someone in a false light.
  • 2 (act) (no plural) to have a snoop aroundhe had a good snoop around while you were out
    estuvo husmeando or curioseando or fisgoneando por ahí mientras no estabas
    I'll have a snoop around for her keys
    voy a echar una mirada por ahí a ver si encuentro sus llaves
    Example sentences
    • And if the neighbour dares to try and poke his nose in, pretending to wish me many happy returns when all he really wants is a good snoop around, he'll wish he hadn't.
Share this entry

What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?

Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.