Definition of 'self-centred'
Example sentences containing 'self-centred'
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And that can make you selfish and self-centred. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She sounds totally self-centred and is showing you no consideration. The Sun (2013)Judge said she was manipulative, self-centred and had a temper. The Sun (2009)Looking at your situation from the outside, your behaviour is very self-centred. Times, Sunday Times (2008)But right now you are coming across as arrogant, self-centred and a bit obnoxious. The Sun (2015)So, to love in a less self-centred way? Times, Sunday Times (2006)She's more generous and less self-centred than me. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They are selfish, self-centred and bad team players. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Your boyfriend is totally self-centred. The Sun (2011)So it's always very important to talk about the different balances between confidence and being assertive about your views rather than arrogant and self-centred about them. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Translations for 'self-centred'
British English: self-centred /ˈsɛlfˈsɛntəd/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is self-centred is only concerned with their own wants and needs and never thinks about other people.
He was self-centred, but he wasn't cruel.
- American English: self-centered
- Arabic: أَنَانِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: egocêntrico
- Chinese: 以我为中心的
- Croatian: egocentričan
- Czech: egocentrický
- Danish: selvcentreret
- Dutch: egocentrisch
- European Spanish: egocéntrico
- Finnish: itsekeskeinen
- French: égocentrique
- German: egozentrisch
- Greek: εγωκεντρικός
- Italian: egocentrico
- Japanese: 自己本位の
- Korean: 이기적인
- Norwegian: selvsentrert
- Polish: egocentryczny
- European Portuguese: egocêntrico
- Romanian: egocentric
- Russian: эгоистичный
- Spanish: egocéntrico
- Swedish: självupptagen
- Thai: เอาตัวเองเป็นหลัก
- Turkish: bencil
- Ukrainian: егоцентричний
- Vietnamese: tự coi mình là trung tâm
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