Translation of snooty in Spanish:

snooty

estirado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈsnudi//ˈsnuːti/

adjective

informal

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    (person) estirado informal
    (person) altanero
    (attitude) altanero
    (attitude) de superioridad
    a snooty French restaurant un restaurante francés de lo más pretencioso
    • they're terribly snooty about tourists son muy despreciativos con los turistas
    • Many felt, however, that in the snooty world of racing he was made an example because of his background.
    • The American arts fan, long mythologized as a snooty, wealthy elitist, is changing.
    • Plus, no snooty attitudes or other conventional store trappings allowed.
    • These new northern pilgrims are less snooty than their colonising predecessors.
    • It made it a bit easier for us that even the snooty critics seemed to expect more of that electronic stuff.
    • Kelly was hardly alone in his contempt for the snooty officials.
    • That snooty neighbour of yours may be sitting in the same row and spot you during the intermission.
    • When her snooty daughter visits, she is embarrassed by her relative poverty.
    • I suppose they're going to get all snooty and start treating me like their personal assistant.
    • It was the same snooty disdain masking the deep hurt she was feeling.
    • They always gave that stuck-up, snooty look to old technical teachers like me.
    • Most events are free, and even snooty elitists are welcome.
    • In a paranoid mood, one might interpret that as frosty, even snooty.
    • She was my mother's mother, a proud, snooty woman who had never really forgiven my mom for marrying my dad.
    • They've got a snooty superior liberalist attitude to the working-classes and conservatives alike.
    • I look shocked as the snooty little brat walked toward the office.
    • Where was the nasal nerdy voice, the plaid suit, the snooty know-it-all haughtiness?
    • You like feeling snooty about other people who disagree with you.
    • This is the snooty tone of most of the reports on consumer debt.
    • A young fugitive on a motorbike ran out of petrol and was kissed by the boss's snooty daughter as a dare.