English version

be full of yourself

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe full of yourselfbe full of yourselfto have a high opinion of yourself – used to show disapproval My first impression was that he was a bit full of himself. full
Examples from the Corpus
be full of yourselfShe's a good-looking woman, but too full of herself for my liking.Tim is just so full of himself.Modern-day sportswriting is full of itself.They think Vassar students are full of themselves, elite, and excessively liberal.He was too full of himself to care about anyone else.
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