Traducción de cocksure en español:


creído, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌkɑkˈʃʊr/ /kɒkˈʃɔː/ /kɒkˈʃʊə/

Ver definición en español de creído


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    • I was stripped of a confidence that could have almost been described as arrogant - certainly cocksure - I don't think I liked myself at all in high school.
    • He is capable, confident, and cocksure, and perhaps most importantly, seemingly content with his chosen profession and lifestyle.
    • He had hated the Marines' cocksure arrogance, all the more infuriating because it was so clearly justified.
    • He's so arrogant, so cocksure… he eyed me up in the foyer as if I was just a slab of meat.
    • The person praying becomes at once small and humble, which helps him to deal better with his helpless condition much more effectively than his arrogant and cocksure attitude does.
    • He is also immature, vain, haughtily cocksure in his perception of the world and ripe for certain lessons, both emotional and intellectual.
    • Now, she couldn't even remember why she was once so cocksure and confident in herself.
    • She holds the stage with mesmerising presence; commanding attention with the charisma and cocksure confidence of the rock gods of old.
    • I was kind of brash and cocksure, and I didn't listen to anyone.
    • His competition with the since-departed major was supportive and good-natured, a sign of maturity from an otherwise cocksure prodigy.
    • The 12 songs here reveal a band that's cocksure but never cocky, moody but never melodramatic and musically adept.
    • The golfer was known for his aggressive style, a cocksure attitude and candid opinions of himself and others.
    • His cocksure self-belief, some might say, looks like arrogance and gets up more than a few nostrils on the grand prix circuit.
    • I don't think the guys will go in with any cocksure attitude on Sunday, even against the minor counties.
    • He's handsome enough, and he's got that cocksure attitude with the posing and pouting and acting all mad.
    • It was certainly sunshine football done with a cocksure swagger of which the yellow-clad heroes from South America are renowned.
    • He is too cocksure of himself - it is one of his weak spots as a politician.
    • The film-makers are so cocksure they've already promised the actor $20 million for the sequel.
    • The supposedly cocksure and unshakeable defence secretary has come under pressure to resign over the photo scandal.
    • His cocksure attitude and swaggering womanizing make him ripe for a smack in the face.