pleb [pleb] (Britain)
1. (colloquial) (pejorative) (common people)
2. (colloquial) (pejorative) (common person)
the plebsla plebe
plebes is the plural form of plebe.
1. (social class in ancient Rome)
2. (historical class of common people)
a. commoners (plural)
El rey fue coronado entre el aplauso y aclamación de la plebe.The king was crowned among the applause and acclaim of the commoners.
3. (common people)
a. masses (plural)
El dictador saludó a la plebe desde su balcón.The dictator greeted the masses from his balcony
b. plebs (pejorative) (plural)
Desde que tiene plata no quiere juntarse con "la plebe".Since he got rich, he doesn't want to socialize with "the plebs."
c. rabble (pejorative)
¿Ahora que te has graduado de una universidad de élite te crees que eres mejor que la plebe?Now that you've graduated from an elite school you think you are better than the rabble?
d. hoi polloi (pejorative)
El rapero tiene su propio avión para "no tener que juntarse con la plebe".The rapper has his own plane so that "he doesn't have to mix with the hoi polloi."
la plebethe plebs
2. (colloquial) (Mexico)
We've combined the most accurate English to Spanish translations, dictionary, verb conjugations, and Spanish to English translators into one very powerful search box. Google +1 or Like our Spanish Translation page to spread the word!
- Spanish DictionaryFeaturing more than 1 million translations
- Spanish TranslatorQuick and easy results from 3 translators
- Verb ConjugationsConjugations for every Spanish verb
Did this page answer your question?