Updated English - Vietnamese Dictionary
snub /snʌb/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ
- (từ hiếm,nghĩa hiếm) mũi tẹt và hếch
- sự chỉnh, sự làm nhục, sự làm mất mặt
- to suffer a snub: bị chỉnh; bị mất mặt
- ngoại động từ
- chỉnh, làm nhục, làm mất mặt, làm cụt vòi
snubbed|snubbing|snubs|snubBed|snubBingsnʌbAdvanced English Dictionary
+an instance of driving away or warding off
+a refusal to recognize someone you know
+refuse to acknowledge
+reject outright and bluntly
verb, nounCollocation Dictionary
+ verb (-bb-) [VN]
1 to insult sb, especially by ignoring them when you meet: I tried to be friendly, but she snubbed me completely.
2 to refuse to attend or accept sth, for example as a protest: All the country's leading players snubbed the tournament.
~ (to sb) an action or a comment that is deliberately rude in order to show sb that you do not like or respect them: Her refusal to attend the dinner is being seen as a deliberate snub to the President.
+ adjective [only before noun] (of a nose) short, flat and turned up at the end
snub-nosed adjective: a snub-nosed child + a snub-nosed revolver (= with a short barrel)
VERB + SNUB
He took the opportunity to deliver us another snub.
as a ~ | ~ for/to
His cancellation of the concert was seen as a deliberate snub to the organizers.
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