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Translation of "arrogant" - English-Turkish dictionary

arrogant

adjective
 
 
/ˈærəɡənt/
B2 believing that you are better or more important than other people
kibirli, kendini beğenmiş, burnu havada, küstah, ukela
I found him arrogant and rude.Showing arrogance and conceitConfidence and self-assuranceBoasting
arrogance
 
 
/ˈærəɡəns/ noun [U]
kibir
arrogantly adverb
ukalaca
Translations of “arrogant”
in Arabic مُتَكَبِّر…
in Korean 오만한…
in Malaysian angkuh…
in French arrogant…
in Italian arrogante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傲慢的, 狂妄自大的, 趾高氣揚的…
in Russian высокомерный…
in Polish arogancki…
in Vietnamese ngạo mạn…
in Spanish arrogante…
in Portuguese arrogante…
in Thai หยิ่ง, ทะนง…
in German arrogant…
in Catalan arrogant…
in Japanese 傲慢な, 横柄な, 尊大な…
in Indonesian angkuh, sombong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 傲慢的, 狂妄自大的, 趾高气扬的…
(Definition of arrogant from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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