English version

arrogant

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisharrogantar‧ro‧gant /ˈærəɡənt/ ●○○ adjective  PROUDbehaving in an unpleasant or rude way because you think you are more important than other people He was unbearably arrogant. an arrogant attitudesee thesaurus at proudarrogantly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
arrogantHe was impertinent, rude and arrogant.Throughout the trial, the defendants were off-hand and arrogant.They were arrogant but, by and large, they were decent, honest people.Insolent words uttered in the arrogant consciousness of power were always heard in heaven and always punished.his arrogant disregard for other people's opinionsan arrogant, selfish manan arrogant smileShe also is nicely complicated: at times arrogant, stubborn, wrong-headed and voyeuristic.You are a rude and arrogant young man.
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