Translation of clique in Spanish:

clique

camarilla, n.

Pronunciation /klɪk//kliːk//klik/

noun

  • 1

    camarilla feminine
    • I'm guessing that flying scene there resolves around individual cliques that communicate in private.
    • Cliques can be bad, when cliques start ganging up on other cliques, making mountains into molehills.
    • I hope that you all will get to know him and allow him to join our wonderful clique.
    • Kellin always had these mixed up schemes to try and pull her into the popular clique.
    • This procedure identified 13 distinct cliques over the course of the observation period.
    • Strangers become friends, friends become cliques and cliques become vast drinking scenes.
    • The hopes of the people have been dashed too many times to believe that they can rid the country of the ruling clique with the ballot.
    • In our close-knit cliques we gossip about a variety of topics even though we complain about the parents who do it.
    • The tension is mostly created by Caz, Jules and Hen; their clique is the one the other girls most wish to join.
    • It must also avoid cultural cliques and the editor must be ‘free and untrammelled’ by any committee or board.
    • Its reputation in recent years has been that of a party dominated by small elite cliques.
    • The West generally ignored its own cultural cliques, who were regarded as peripheral and of no consequence to political events.
    • It was found that certain cliques of countries within the same geographic region, like Greece and Cyprus, are likely to vote similarly.
    • There he catered to couples, snazzy middle-aged divorced female cliques and peevish teenagers.
    • At that time, he hadn't joined any of the cliques he could have, staying alone, talking to a few other guys at a minimum level.
    • There was never supposed to be any hierarchy in her classroom; no cliques were allowed.
    • I had no idea that the smartest of the Indiana population had cliques.
    • Interestingly, cliques generally became less integrated as the number of minorities rose.
    • Not surprisingly, the school is as bad as the city; there are numerous gangs and cliques.
    • The prestige and appeal of their manners radiated far beyond the exclusive social cliques of Damascus itself.