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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
Translations of “ego”
in French égo, le moi…
in German das Ego, das Ich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 自我評價, 自我中心, 自負…
in Russian самомнение…
in Turkish benlik, ego…
in Chinese (Simplified) 自我评价, 自我中心, 自负…
in Polish ego…
(Definition of ego from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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