- IPA: /snuːp/
snoop (snoops, present participle snooping; past and past participle snooped)
- To be devious and cunning so as not to be seen.
- To secretly spy on or investigate, especially into the private personal life of others.
- If I had not snooped on her, I wouldn't have found out that she lied about her degree.
snoop (plural snoops)
- The act of snooping
- One who snoops
- Be careful what you say around Gene because he's the bosses' snoop.
- A private detective
- She hired a snoop to find out if her husband was having an affair.
- German: Schnüffler, Schnüfflerin
- Russian: стука́ч
- German: Schnüffler, Privatdetektiv
- Italian: (slang) segugio
- Russian: ча́стный детекти́в
- Spanish: detective