- = pushy (informal), forward, bold, arrogant, presuming, rash, audacious, conceited, foolhardy, insolent, overweening, overconfident, overfamiliar, bigheaded (informal), uppish (British, informal), too big for your boots •
It would be presumptuous of me to give an opinion.
opposites: retiring, modest, shy, humble, timid, unassuming, bashful
'presumptuous' in Other Languages
- British English: presumptuous If you describe someone or their behaviour as presumptuous, you disapprove of them because they are doing something that they have no right or authority to do. ADJECTIVEIt would be presumptuous to judge what the outcome will be.
- Brazilian Portuguese: presunçoso
- Chinese: 擅自作主的
- European Spanish: presumido presumida
- French: présomptueux présomptueuse
- German: anmaßend
- Italian: presuntuoso presuntuosa
- Japanese: ずうずうしい
- Korean: 주제넘은
- Portuguese: presunçoso presunçoso
- Spanish: presumido presumida
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