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prig

noun /priɡ/
a person who is too satisfied with his/her own behaviour/behavior, beliefs etc
pedante, presumido
Don’t be such a prig!
priggish adjective
pedante, presumido
priggishly adverb
pedantemente
priggishness noun
pedantería
Translations of “prig”
in Vietnamese người hợm mình…
in Thai คนอวดดี…
in Malaysian sombong dan kolot…
in French poseur/-euse…
in German der/die selbstgefällige Pedant(in)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一本正經的人, 自命清高的人…
in Indonesian orang sombong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一本正经的人, 自命清高的人…
(Definition of prig from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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