Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Snob"

The meaning of "Snob" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Co znaczy snob?
A: Possibly all three, but not only that.

A snob thinks they are better than other people, and thinks they have superior awareness and knowledge.

It is someone who looks down on others.

They are not always rich, etc.
Q: Co znaczy a snob?
A: In general, a snob is someone who believes they are better than other people due to their wealth or social status.

You can also use it in a more focused way by adding what someone is being snobbish about.

John is a food snob.
Jane is a fashion snob.

In those examples, John and Jane only appreciate what they consider to be the "best" food and fashion, and it implies they think "best" means the most expensive, exclusive, trendy, etc.

Being called a snob is rarely considered a compliment.
Q: Co znaczy snob?
A: A snob is someone who thinks they are better than everyone else, and looks down on people of a lower class or social status. The related adjective is "snobby."
Q: Co znaczy snob?
A: A "snob" is someone who is stuck up. Meaning that the person might think that they are better than others, deserve better things, that it's ok to talk down to people, and so on. A "snob" is basically a prissy stuck up person.
Q: Co znaczy You're a snob.?
A: You are someone who looks down on people because you think you are superior to them.

Example sentences using "Snob"

Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snob.
A: Bob had a lot of money and acted better than everyone else. Most people think of him as a snob.

Jim had everything growing up and he never shared, I think he’s a snob!

If you happen to be wealthy, it is a good idea to treat everyone nicely so that you do not come off as a snob.

Even though John had no money, he always acted better than us. We thought he was a snob.
Q: Napisz przykładowe zdania z snob.
A: 'That girl is such a snob, she refused to borrow my thirst because it was not designer.'

'James disapproved of Lily dating Henry, but that's because James is a snob.'

'He thought he was better than everyone. That made him a snob.'

Translations of "Snob"

Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? a snob who subestimates his oponents in a single word?
A: o “arrogant prick” :)
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? what does snob and brie mean ??
A: snob means someone who's very rude, and brie is a type of soft cheese
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? snob
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Jak to przetłumaczyć na angielski (amerykański)? snob
A: snob- a person who thinks they are better than others.

Other questions about "Snob"

Q: Jak to poprawnie wypowiedzieć snob ?
A: Here’s how I pronounce it
Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? She's full of it. She's such a snob
A: Yep, it's fine. You could also say "She's full of herself." (or 'He's full of himself.' if the person being referenced is male). The only difference in nuance between using 'it' and 'herself'/'himself'/'themselves' is that the latter option implies being more snobby and self-centered. Using 'it' kind of implies that the person is just talking nonsense. 'It' in this case usually means lies.
Q: Czy to brzmi naturalnie? She's a snob
A: Sounds good!
Q: Can "snob" be used for a person, for example a woman who cares about a man's job or social status and how much money he makes n stuff before deciding to go out with him?
Or else what is a proper word for this kind of person's personality?
A: @GraceYuahn Shallow is better, yeah. Snob implies arrogance rather than pickiness or caring about superficial things like money and power.
Q: I don't want to be worldly.
I don't want to be such a snob.

Does it make sense?; I want to express something snob, materialistic and philistinism.
A: "I don't want to be so materialistic." would be better for the first sentence. The second one is perfect!

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