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English Vocabulary - Vocabulario de inglés
PROUD, ARROGANT OR CONCEITED?
Key
Proud is a general word to describe somebody who is pleased with himself, or with what he has achieved.
Arrogant is a disapproving word to describe somebody who thinks he's better than other people.
Conceited is a disapproving word to describe somebody who thinks he or his achievements are better than they really are.
Proud es una palabra genérica para describir a alguien que está satisfecho con sí mismo, o con lo que ha conseguido.
Arrogant es una palabra de reproche para describir a alguien que piensa que es superior a otras personas.
Conceited es una palabra de reproche para describir a alguien que piensa que él o sus logros son mejores de lo que realmente son.
  • proud
    His parents are proud of him.
    She's proud of being in the team.

  • arrogant
    He's first in his class, but he's not arrogant about it.
    She's too arrogant to learn from her own errors.

  • conceited
    I knew I was going to win, and I'm not being conceited.
    That conceited singer didn't want to sign autographs to the people waiting outside.

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