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n. pl. bus·y·bod·ies
A person who meddles or pries into the affairs of others.
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n, pl -bodies
a meddlesome, prying, or officious person
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bus•y•bod•y(ˈbɪz iˌbɒd i)
n., pl. -bod•ies.
a person who pries into or meddles in the affairs of others.
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|Noun||1.||busybody - a person who meddles in the affairs of others|
meddler - an officious annoying person who interferes with others
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noun nosy parker (informal), gossip, troublemaker, snoop, intriguer, intruder, pry, eavesdropper, snooper, stirrer (informal), meddler, scandalmonger Some busybody tipped off the police.
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busybody[ˈbɪzɪbɒdɪ] N → entrometido/a m/f
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busybody[ˈbɪzɪˌbɒdɪ] n → ficcanaso m/f, impiccione/a
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