Definition of 'arrogant'
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He said:'A very arrogant man. The Sun (2016)We are not provocative or arrogant people. Times, Sunday Times (2011)To walk or behave in an arrogant manner. The Sun (2006)Not in an arrogant way but in a positive way. The Sun (2015)Maybe we come across as a bit arrogant. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You are an arrogant and manipulative man with a real dislike of elderly patients. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He is a little bit arrogant but it needed to be channelled in the right direction. The Sun (2006)This is an arrogant young man who has forgotten who his audience is and how to behave. The Sun (2013)This arrogant man has been in his post too long. The Sun (2014)He was extremely arrogant and conceited. FIGHTER BOYS: Saving Britain 1940 (2003)They can be quite arrogant - and they are extremely well paid. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He was a complete pain, carrying on in a most arrogant manner. The Sun (2013)Not in an arrogant way but more in a hopelessly naive, optimistic way. The Sun (2012)They are nasty, arrogant people who are a law unto themselves. The Sun (2014)They've got a little bit arrogant. Times, Sunday Times (2009)I am not talking in this arrogant and pompous manner. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Not in an arrogant way, but because it just did not affect what he was doing on the court. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They are becoming quite arrogant. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He continued: 'He sometimes comes across as quite arrogant. The Sun (2014)I'm definitely an arrogant person. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'arrogant'
British English: arrogant /ˈærəɡənt/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is arrogant, you disapprove of them because they behave as if they are better than other people.
He was so arrogant.
- American English: arrogant
- Arabic: مُتَعَجْرِف
- Brazilian Portuguese: arrogante
- Chinese: 傲慢的
- Croatian: arogantan
- Czech: arogantní
- Danish: arrogant
- Dutch: arrogant
- European Spanish: arrogante
- Finnish: ylimielinen
- French: arrogant
- German: arrogant
- Greek: υπεροπτικός
- Italian: arrogante
- Japanese: 横柄な
- Korean: 거만한
- Norwegian: arrogant
- Polish: arogancki
- European Portuguese: arrogante
- Romanian: arogant
- Russian: заносчивый
- Spanish: arrogante
- Swedish: arrogant
- Thai: หยิ่งยโส
- Turkish: kendini beğenmiş
- Ukrainian: зарозумілий
- Vietnamese: kiêu ngạo
Definition of arrogant from the Collins English Dictionary
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