Translation of arrogance in Spanish:


arrogancia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈarəɡ(ə)ns//ˈɛrəɡəns/


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    arrogancia feminine
    • The official media has stressed the culpability of the American side and the arrogance of its leaders.
    • The arrogance that Dawkins displayed is perhaps the root of all the hostility we see against science.
    • Gone is the shameless arrogance and empire building of the previous incumbents.
    • He is an unassuming man, devoid of arrogance, a few years too old to be called a prodigy.
    • The audacity and arrogance of that move has not been lost on the people of New Zealand.
    • From this side of the Channel, one can easily pour scorn on Gallic arrogance.