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"Conceited" is an adjective which is often translated as "engreído", and "vain" is an adjective which is often translated as "vano". Learn more about the difference between "conceited" and "vain" below.
conceited(
kuhn
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si
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dihd
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (egotistic)
a. engreído
Dora is proud of her accomplishments, but she is far from conceited.Dora está orgullosa de sus logros, pero está lejos de ser engreída.
b. creído
Alejandro is so conceited. He never stops talking about himself.Alejandro es tan creído. Nunca deja de hablar de sí mismo.
c. presuntuoso
I told my roommate he was conceited and he said I was just jealous.Le dije a mi compañero de cuarto que era presuntuoso, y me dijo que yo era envidioso.
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vain(
veyn
)
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (useless)
a. vano
Anna came back to the bar with the hope of finding her purse but it was all in vain.Anna regresó al bar con la esperanza de encontrar su cartera pero todo fue en vano.
b. inútil
I moved to New York in a vain attempt to make new friends and find love.Me mudé a Nueva York en un intento inútil por hacer nuevas amistades y encontrar el amor.
2. (conceited)
a. vanidoso
Ashley has been acting vain since she became a model.Ashley está siendo muy vanidosa desde que se convirtió en modelo.
b. presumido
How can she date a vain, selfish, and bitter person?¿Cómo puede salir con alguien presumido, egoísta y amargado?
c. vano
My cat is so vain that he can never have too much attention.Mi gato es tan vano que jamás se cansará de recibir atención.
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