snoop ( snoops plural & 3rd person present) ( snooping present participle) ( snooped past tense & past participle )
1 verb If someone snoops around a place, they secretly look around it in order to find out things.
Ricardo was the one she'd seen snooping around Kim's hotel room. V adv/prep
Snoop is also a noun., n-count
The second house that Grossman had a snoop around contained `strong simple furniture'.
snooper ( snoopers plural) n-count
St Barth's strange lack of street names is meant to dissuade journalistic snoopers.
2 verb If someone snoops on a person, they watch them secretly in order to find out things about their life.
Governments have been known to snoop on innocent citizens. V on n
Traducción diccionario Collins Inglés Cobuild
interfere, poke one's nose in (informal) pry, spy
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