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conceitnoun [U]

 us   /kənˈsit/
the ​habit or ​attitude of ​thinking yourself ​better than ​others, ​even when there is no ​reason to ​think so
conceited
adjective  us   /kənˈsi·t̬ɪd/
He’s a ​greatmusician, and not conceited at all.
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Translations of “conceit”
in Korean 자만심…
in Arabic غُرور…
in Malaysian angkuh…
in French vanité…
in Russian самомнение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 驕傲, 自負,自大…
in Italian presunzione…
in Turkish kibir, gurur, kendinin beğenmişlik…
in Polish zarozumialstwo…
in Spanish vanidad…
in Vietnamese tính tự phụ…
in Portuguese pretensão, presunção…
in Thai ภูมิใจในตัวเองมากเกินไป…
in German die Einbildung…
in Catalan presumpció…
in Japanese うぬぼれ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 骄傲, 自负,自大…
in Indonesian kesombongan…
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