Translation of self-serving in Spanish:


interesado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈˌsɛlf ˈsərvɪŋ///


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    • We want to change the system so that the selfish and self-serving villains don't feel the need to harm others.
    • If we act in a purely selfish, self-serving manner, then the future fruition of that action will be negative.
    • Why did many left-liberals regard him as a self-serving betrayer of their principles?
    • The man's principal talent is for spinning self-serving tales.
    • Of course it doesn't help that a lot of conceptual art is devoid of substance and that those cards are mostly self-serving inane twaddle, but the principle is there.
    • Could it be the posthumous public pronouncements were really only shameless self-serving exaggerations?
    • Regrettably, the debate is so laden with emotions and self-serving arguments that the facts are often overlooked.
    • We will be spared the horrors of greedy, selfish and self-serving individuals who trample over people so that they can get a million dollars.
    • There are too few facts and too much self-serving fiction.
    • That is so self-serving and selfish in my opinion, so that's the last thing I want to do.
    • The campaign to put a spoke in the wheels of efforts to clean up the customs service has descended to the level of self-serving media manipulation.
    • The production in India was more self-serving than anything else.
    • She turns on her own staff to make a selfish, self-serving deal behind closed doors that later gets revealed.
    • The union had no room for self-serving demagogues.
    • Fisher's attitude was emblematic of the insular and self-serving culture that has dominated the general committee for decades.
    • Though critics of Clarke have charged him with self-serving theatricality, he looked and sounded absolutely sincere to me.
    • The public had seen ‘nothing more than a self-serving determination to protect their vested interests’.
    • Instead, debate is often overwhelmed by superstition, folk wisdom, prejudice and self-serving agendas.
    • How can you be confident of the self-serving agenda of an agent?
    • Years of benign neglect on the part of her parents are followed by an intense self-serving attention that masquerades as love.