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smug

adjective /smaɡ/ ( comparative smugger, superlative smuggest)
well satisfied, or too obviously pleased, with oneself
creído, engreído
I don’t like that smug little man.
smugly adverb
engreídamente, con aires de suficiencia
He smiled smugly to himself as he counted the money.
smugness noun
suficiencia
(Definition of smug from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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