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To turn up one’s nose at


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To turn up one’s nose at means to regard with contempt.

Sample Usage

1. Since Fahad was a rich man’s son, he turned up his nose at his cousin’s idea of going to the small local restaurant and suggested dinner at the five-star hotel.

2. Shirin turned up her nose at her friend's Indian-make car; she thought nothing of it as compared to her own foreign automobile.


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