Meaning of SNOOP in English

(~s, ~ing, ~ed)


If someone ~s around a place, they secretly look around it in order to find out things.

Ricardo was the one she’d seen ~ing around Kim’s hotel room.

VERB: V adv/prep

Snoop is also a noun.

The second house that Grossman had a ~ around contained ‘strong simple furniture’.


~er (~ers)

St Barth’s strange lack of street names is meant to dissuade journalistic ~ers.



If someone ~s on a person, they watch them secretly in order to find out things about their life.

Governments have been known to ~ on innocent citizens.

VERB: V on n

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