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a·rro·gan·te  No Gender - Noun - Singular
Plural: arrogantes
  1. Translate "arrogante" to English: arrogant person, arrogant, belittler, bigheaded person, cocky individual, haughty person, person full of hot air, puffed-up individual, puffed-up person, snot, supercilious person
    Spanish Synonyms of "arrogante": persona arrogante, altanero, copetudo, menospreciador, prepotente, divo, chuloputas, gallo, masmola

arrogante  Adjective
  1. Translate "arrogante" to English: arrogant, assuming, big-headed, boastful, cocky, disdainful, haughty, prideful, self-affected, self-sufficient, snotty, biggidy, biggity, buck, cavalier, cool as a cucumber, dickty, dictee, dicty, dismissive, fastuous, frosty, hoity-toity, hubristic, insolent, lofty, lordly, overweening, ritzy, self-sufficing, supercilious, uppish
    Spanish Synonyms of "arrogante": altivo, creído, orgulloso, presumido, vanidoso, altanero, autoimportante
    Define meaning of "arrogante": Altanero o altanera, soberbia o soberbio, orgulloso u orgullosa.

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  3. Translate "arrogante" to English: overbearing, high-and-mighty, high-handed
    Spanish Synonyms of "arrogante": dominante, altanero, despótico, empingorotado, insolentemente altanero, negrero, tiránico
    Define meaning of "arrogante": Referido/a a la persona de carácter despótico que avasalla a lo/as demás, y no soporta que se le opongan o le contradigan.

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