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immodesty [ɪˈmɒdɪstɪ]
(indecency) [of behaviour] falta (f) de decoro; impudicia (f); [of dress] falta (f) de recato; (boastfulness) falta (f) de modestia; presunción (f)
It can be said with all undue, unbecoming immodesty that he played a key role in developing a good relationship between the United States and Russia yesterday he stressed, without a hint of immodesty: `I've won three matches
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