Traducción de brown-nose en Español:


lamer culos, v.

Pronunciación /ˈbraʊnˌnoʊz/

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    lamer culos malsonante
    lamer huevos México malsonante
    • He would never have orchestrated or taken part in that miserable love-fest up in Boston where pretender after pretender fell in line to promote their own careers by brown-nosing the Democratic establishment.
    • But then, besides his politics (notable for lack of brown-nosing the likes of Donald Rumsfeld), Pinter is, horror, working class.
    • We too have a PM, John Howard, who is brown-nosing Bush every chance he gets.
    • He relentlessly brown-nosed Norman Lamont and called him the greatest post-war chancellor.
    • Addressing congress during its debate on Iraq, Chris Bryant MP was particularly anxious to brown-nose Blair for his supposed successes in this regard.
    • I just don't see why I should brown-nose anyone.
    • He also dismisses any notion that he deserves praise for maintaining his approach, maintaining that he don't see why he should have to brown-nose anyone.
    • Stop brown-nosing the boss, even if the boss is the irreproachable.
    • Meanwhile Rolf is being grovellingly apologetic and attempting to brown-nose his way into my affections.
    • Wait… let me just say that I didn't brown-nose my way to the top.
    • And you're going to brown-nose the new boss perhaps?
    • Why would such a promising young reporter, a high school news editor from Virginia, with such a passion and a love for journalism, deny himself a chance to develop his craft, and brown-nose his way to a high-stress and chaotic position?
    • They argue that municipal judges may make judgments that brown-nose their superiors to keep their jobs.
    • Ninety-percent of the mag brown-noses local bars and restaurants; how is that being multi-cultural?

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    to brown-nose the boss lamerle el culo al jefe malsonante


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    lameculos masculino, femenino malsonante
    lamehuevos masculino, femenino México malsonante
    • He trusts fewer and fewer goons henchmen ministers, preferring unelected brown-nosers.
    • I immediately ruled out those brown-nosers, though; spineless obedience is nice, but I couldn't depend on them to carry out dangerous tasks.
    • If you've ever been in a meeting with an indecisive supervisor and a gaggle of brown-nosers, you know the sort of energy this creates.
    • The stuck-up brown-nosers in school, the geeks and the nerds, they would have balked.
    • I hated the brown-nosers who threw away all self-respect to make others like them.
    • Oh this is so good, finally my brown-noser, do-gooder, goody two-shoes sister is going to get busted for something!
    • If he was anything like his mentor, the little brown-noser will be worse than his master, Anaa thought menacingly.
    • The old brown-noser wouldn't approach me with a ten-foot pole.
    • Not to sound like a brown-noser, but the directing in the film was top notch, where did you learn such skill?
    • She knew that a voice that annoying could come from none other than the preppy, straight-laced brown-noser.
    • He is the hate-filled middle manager, the brown-nose, the squealer, and especially the corporate mid-sized newspaper editor.
    • Being a good brown-nose, The Geek scurries off quickly and 30 seconds later I notice the red ‘LOCKOUT’ lamp on the swipe card readers illuminate.
    • Some bootlick brown-nose reported me to the council, so an officer was sent round.