An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (vain) a. conceited Marta es tan creída que piensa que todos la miran. Marta is so conceited that she thinks everyone is looking at her. 2. (convinced) a. confident Hay muchos candidatos, pero Juan está creído de que lo van a contratar. There are many candidates, but Juan is confident that they'll hire him. 3. (naïve) a. gullible No seas tan creído, Julio. No hay ningún monstruo en tu clóset. Don't be so gullible, Julio. There's not a monster in your closet. Copyright © Curiosity Media Inc.
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Phrases with "creído"
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