Meaning of snorer in English:


Pronunciation /ˈsnɔːrə/

Translate snorer into Spanish


See snore

‘For the new treatment, snorers are given local anaesthetic before the sharp head of a hand-held device is inserted into the palate to inject the cylinders.’
  • ‘Forty-five per cent of normal adults snore at least occasionally, and 25 per cent are habitual snorers.’
  • ‘Loud snoring is not only a terrible night-time disturbance for roommates, it can also be a potentially harmful disease for snorers themselves.’
  • ‘Now my parents are snorers - a fact they will actively deny even when their own loud gravelly exhalations wake them up.’
  • ‘Two thirds of snorers are men, and most are aged in their 50s.’