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ego

noun   /ˈiː.ɡəʊ/ ( plural egos)
your idea or opinion of yourself, especially your feeling of your own importance and ability ego That man has such an enormous ego – I’ve never known anyone so full of themselves! I’m glad she got the job – she needed something to boost/bolster her ego (= give her confidence).209623032466
specialized psychology in psychoanalysis, the part of a person’s mind that tries to match the hidden desires (= wishes) of the id (= part of the unconscious mind) with the demands of the real world ego →  See also alter ego , superego 3412096
(Definition of ego from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ego

noun /ˈiːɡəu, ˈeɡou/
personal pride amor propio, orgullo His criticism wounded my ego.
(psychology ) the part of a person that is conscious and thinks; self. ego
egocentric /eɡəˈsentrik, (American) iːɡou-/ adjective
interested in oneself only egocéntrico She accused him of being egocentric and selfish.
egoism /ˈe-, (American) iː-/ noun
selfishness. egoísmo His egoism knows no bounds.
egoist /ˈe-, (American) ˈiː-/ noun
egoísta
egoistic adjective ( egoistical)
egoísta
(Definition of ego from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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