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culture vulture

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  • culture vulture — {n.}, {slang}, {informal} A person who is an avid cultural sightseer, one who seeks out cultural opportunities ostentatiously, such as going to the opera or seeing every museum in a town visited, and brags about it. * /Aunt Mathilda is a regular… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • culture vulture — {n.}, {slang}, {informal} A person who is an avid cultural sightseer, one who seeks out cultural opportunities ostentatiously, such as going to the opera or seeing every museum in a town visited, and brags about it. * /Aunt Mathilda is a regular… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • culture vulture — ☆ culture vulture n. Slang a person who professes great interest in culture and the arts …   English World dictionary

  • culture vulture — culture ,vulture noun count INFORMAL someone who is very interested in music, literature, and other arts. This word shows that you think people like this are annoying or not sincere …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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  • culture vulture — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms culture vulture : singular culture vulture plural culture vultures informal showing disapproval someone who is very interested in music, literature, and other arts. This word shows that you think people like… …   English dictionary

  • culture vulture — Slang. a person with an excessive or pretentious interest in the arts. [1945 50] * * * ˈculture vulture 7 [culture vulture] noun (humorous) a person who is very interested in serious art, music, literature, etc …   Useful english dictionary

  • culture-vulture — 1. n. an avid supporter of the arts. □ A gaggle of culture vultures gawked its way into the gallery. □ Many culture vultures seem to be long on enthusiasm and short on taste. 2. n. someone who exploits the arts for monetary gain. □ Mr. Babbit, a… …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • culture vulture — noun A person with a rapacious, possibly forced, interest in the arts. ...we can see that this is a man of the living theatre who was not interested in a culture vulture audience …   Wiktionary

  • culture\ vulture — noun slang informal A person who is an avid cultural sightseer, one who seeks out cultural opportunities ostentatiously, such as going to the opera or seeing every museum in a town visited, and brags about it. Aunt Mathilda is a regular culture… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • culture vulture — Noun. A person keen to acquire culture. Informal …   English slang and colloquialisms


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