toady

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English - Turkish
dalkavuk

Aristo Makedon monarşisine dalkavukluk ediyordu. - Aristotle was toadying up to the Macedonian monarchy.

dalkavukluk etmek
yağ çekmek
{f} dalkavukluk et
yağcı
şakşakçı
toadyismdalkavukluk
{f} (to) (-e) dalkavukluk etmek, kuyruk sallamak, yağ çekmek
(isim) dalkavuk
yalaka
kuyruk sallayıcı
yaltaklanmak
toady to
kuyruk sallamak
English - English
A sycophant who flatters others to gain personal advantage

But how could she have helped herself? I asked, imagining the sneers and the laughter, the adulation of the toadies, the scepticism of the professional poet.

To behave like a toady (to someone)
{f} flatter in the hope of gaining favor, fawn upon
disapproval If you refer to someone as a toady, you disapprove of them because they flatter or are pleasant towards an important or powerful person in the hope of getting some advantage from them
A mean flatterer; a toadeater; a sycophant
a person who tries to please someone in order to gain a personal advantage
To behave like a toady (to someone.)
disapproval If you say that someone is toadying to an important or powerful person, you disapprove of them because they are flattering or being pleasant towards that person in the hope of getting some advantage from them. They came backstage afterward, cooing and toadying to him. toadies someone who pretends to like an important person and does things for them, so that that person will help them - used to show disapproval. toadied toadying toadies to pretend to like an important person and do things for them, so that they will help you - used to show disapproval toady to
A coarse, rustic woman
try to gain favor by cringing or flattering; "He is always kowtowing to his boss"
To fawn upon with mean sycophancy
{i} flatterer, sycophant, parasite
A toady
bootlick
toadies
plural of toady
toady
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