Translation of apple polisher in Spanish:

apple polisher

pelota, n.

Pronunciation /ˈæpəl ˈpɑlɪʃər/ /ˈap(ə)l ˌpɒlɪʃə/

noun

US
informal
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    pelota masculine, feminine Spain informal
    chupamedias masculine, feminine Southern Cone, Venezuela informal
    adulador masculine
    aduladora feminine
    lambiscón masculine Mexico informal
    lambiscona feminine Mexico informal
    lambón masculine Colombia informal
    lambona feminine Colombia informal
    • The reporters, shooting spitballs from the back of the class, regarded her as a preening apple-polisher.
    • Now, I know what you're thinking - ‘y'know, he's pretty moody sometimes too, so why should I care about these apple-polishers?’
    • I had something close to a 4.0 in my major, and I was certainly no apple-polisher; my priorities lay more in figuring out exactly how little one had to do to earn an A.
    • The newspaper and assorted other apple-polishers may have accuracy on their side on this one, but they don't have balance.
    • It wasn't just the incessant whiners, or the obvious apple-polishers, or having to cover up for the occasional bad staffer that drove her nuts, she says.
    • If a boss closes one eye to the weaknesses of apple-polishers, soon or later the company will close shopand he might as well close both eyes!
    • We've always had to endure goody two-shoes apple-polishers - kids with their hands always up, who turn in talkers when the teacher leaves the classroom and volunteer for extra work after school.
    • He's an apple polisher who keeps dropping the apple in the mud in his frenetic attempts to please.
    • When the other fellow pleases the boss, he's an apple polisher.
    • If all those apple polishers got into a fight, who do you think would win?