English version

somebody is (so) up himself/herself etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsomebody is (so) up himself/herself etcsomebody is (so) up himself/herself etcinformal if you say that someone is up himself or up herself, you mean that they pay too much attention to themselves and what they do or what they look like – used to show disapproval up
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