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Translation of "arrogant" - English-Spanish dictionary

arrogant

adjective   /ˈær·ə·ɡənt/
believing that you are better than other people arrogante
arrogantly adverb   /ˈær·əɡ·ənt·li/
con arrogancia
(Definition of arrogant from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

arrogant

adjective /ˈӕrəɡənt/
extremely proud; thinking that one is much more important than other people arrogante That kind of arrogant attitude will get him nowhere.
arrogantly adverb
arrogantemente She arrogantly refused to take any advice.
arrogance noun
arrogancia the unbelievable arrogance of some politicians.
(Definition of arrogant from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “arrogant”
in Korean 오만한…
in Arabic مُتَكَبِّر…
in Malaysian angkuh…
in French arrogant…
in Russian высокомерный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傲慢的, 狂妄自大的, 趾高氣揚的…
in Italian arrogante…
in Turkish kibirli, kendini beğenmiş, burnu havada…
in Polish arogancki…
in Vietnamese ngạo mạn…
in Portuguese arrogante…
in Thai หยิ่ง, ทะนง…
in German arrogant…
in Catalan arrogant…
in Japanese 傲慢な, 横柄な, 尊大な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 傲慢的, 狂妄自大的, 趾高气扬的…
in Indonesian angkuh, sombong…
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