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English translation of 'Ego'

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Ego

[ˈeːɡo ]
neuter nounWord forms: Egos genitive , Egos plural
(psychology) ego

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Da aber nur Dieken sein Ego inklusive des freien Oberkörpers zeigen darf, bleiben die brigen moraltypologische Scherenschnitte.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
am Anfang steht das stille Kämmerlein, tiefe Gedanken und lange Jahre der einsamen Entbehrung, in denen die Autorin ihr Ego und ihren Charakter festigt.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)

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In Common Usage. Ego is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'Ego' in Other Languages

British English: ego NOUN
Someone's ego is their sense of their own worth.
He had a massive ego; never would he admit he was wrong.
  • American English: ego
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ego
  • Chinese: 自我价值感
  • European Spanish: ego
  • French: amour-propre
  • German: Ego
  • Italian: ego
  • Japanese: 自尊心
  • Korean: 자아
  • European Portuguese: ego
  • Latin American Spanish: ego

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Translation of Ego from the Collins German to English
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