English version

airs

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishairsairs[plural]PROUD a way of behaving that shows someone thinks they are more important than they really areput on airs/give yourself airs Trudy is always putting on airs. an actor with no airs and graces air
Examples from the Corpus
airs and gracesHe didn't have any airs and graces.Bella never put on airs and graces, remaining a real Blackpool girl.Worst of all, a maid with airs and graces.
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