Translation of hoity-toity in Spanish:

hoity-toity

estirado, adj.

Pronunciation: /hɔɪtɪˈtɔɪti//ˌhɔədiˈtɔɪdi/

adjective

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    estirado
    engreído
    • Or is he just downright hoity-toity, with that nose in the air and far-off stare?
    • We're not claiming to be some hoity-toity authorities on the subject, but we do love our films, and we're going to share them all with you.
    • All those Visa bills and other credit card bills are keeping these hoity-toity stores in business, obviously.
    • It is important to remember that the Toronto International Film Festival started out as a very small event in 1976, and only over the years has it grown to become the hoity-toity film industry behemoth that it is.
    • That Russian spokesperson was a bit hoity-toity, wasn't she?
    • She's not a hoity-toity legal type, but very ordinary and down-to-earth.
    • Of course, one event can only do so much, and for Toronto, there's still lots of room to reach more people who don't necessarily go in for hoity-toity fashion events.
    • ‘They see people in the country as hoity-toity but nothing could be further from the truth,’ he said as we pulled into the driveway of his fifteenth-century home, Kilhenzie Castle.
    • I'd forgotten that I lived in a hoity-toity school district where kids driving thirty-thousand dollar cars were the rule.
    • ‘Well so are you,’ Krist returned haughtily, in his snooty, hoity-toity accent.
    • Don't the good citizens of York, who live here year in, year out, deserve their city to be enhanced irrespective of any hoity-toity invasion?
    • The way he talks - his British accent makes him sound so hoity-toity and full of himself, which he is!
    • You'll have seen them on TV, usually with a double-barrelled name, a hoity-toity accent and a self-appointed mission to keep Scotland in the Dark Ages.
    • I do not know why people think I am hoity-toity or a snob!
    • Deana was from a hoity-toity family, see, and was all set to attend an Ivy League school of her choice for college.
    • She'd then hire a limo and tell us that she would meet us at whatever hoity-toity expensive restaurant my dad had chosen to take us to dinner at.
    • My eye was caught by her hoity-toity reference to the use of bedding plants in ‘sad seaside towns’.
    • The road would through a sixties/seventies section of hoity-toity Edina, the rich neighborhood of Minneapolis' postwar ascendant period.
    • A girl from highschool was there with some of her hoity-toity friends, who I didn't know.
    • She was a hoity-toity type who never lifted a finger to earn her keep and was only good at spending her daddy's money.