English version

jumped-up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjumped-upˌjumped-ˈup adjective [only before noun] British English informal  PROUDa jumped-up person thinks they are more important than they really are, because they have improved their social position a jumped-up little bureaucrat
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