Translation of egocentric in Spanish:

egocentric

egocéntrico, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɛɡə(ʊ)ˈsɛntrɪk//ˌiɡoʊˈsɛntrɪk//ˌiːɡə(ʊ)ˈsɛntrɪk/

adjective

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    egocéntrico
    • He paints the characters as shallow, egocentric individuals who exist primarily to have a good time.
    • This makes sense, given the egocentric and selfish nature of these crimes, compared to those of political activists, who often have ideological motivations.
    • For instance, drug-using mothers have been characterized as egocentric with a narcissistic orientation toward their children.
    • ‘Ian's just a little egocentric sometimes,’ Gavin replied.
    • As a consequence, this prevalence of mass marketing and consumerism has led to a selfish, egocentric culture where one's own apparent needs and desires come first at the exclusion of the needs of others.
    • She can tell that he is still the shallow, egocentric man she once worked for.
    • Avoid egocentric tendencies to demand too much personal attention.
    • I don't want to sound self centered of egocentric, but I was the reason he was happy.
    • As it is, Martin is a dreadful bore - arrogant, self-important and so egocentric it's a wonder he had time to obsess about anyone other than himself.
    • Somebody who has a narcissistic personality disorder would be so extremely egocentric that other people would find it very difficult to tolerate being with them.
    • Sociopaths are very egocentric individuals that lack a sense of personal responsibility and morality.
    • He had always seemed blasé and perhaps a bit egocentric.
    • Are we all egocentric, narcissistic online exhibitionists who believe our lives are so important that they deserve to be publicised?
    • Maybe that's an egocentric position, but I'm not one of those community above everything individuals - I also care about myself.
    • First, it was a good thing that the negotiation process was led by a pair of egocentric men whose machismo instincts somehow consistently outweighed common courtesy, common dignity and common sense.
    • Aristocratic characters were generally portrayed as egocentric individuals with loose morals and a tendency to treat women either as sex objects or as a means of exchange.
    • In comparison, I think he felt these poems were too egocentric.
    • In contrast, the most destructive thing in our lives, the perpetual experience of great suffering, is brought about by our own egocentric clinging to selfish and insatiable pursuits.
    • Eddie is a nice guy, so we can't imagine why he is so devoted to Gwen, a vain and egocentric diva.
    • You're being a little egocentric, don't you think?