Translation of narcissistic in Spanish:


narcisista, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌnɑrsəˈsɪstɪk/ /ˌnɑːsɪˈsɪstɪk/

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    • This finding refutes the common stereotype of the narcissistic woman with breast implants.
    • Call me vain or narcissistic or what ever.
    • They are described as: instinctively rebellious, non-conformist, narcissistic and determined to stay young.
    • The other film goddesses were narcissistic, neurotic, concerned about no one except themselves.
    • There's a personality type in guys she's been attracted to in the past where they turn out to be far more narcissistic than they initially seem.
    • And he did the right thing, distancing himself from this highly narcissistic pastor.
    • She said that the media unfairly depicts celebrities who are publicly involved with politics as narcissistic.
    • He's clearly a shallow, narcissistic poseur - surely we're not supposed to feel sympathy for him?
    • In Traveling Mercies, she demonstrates a unique ability to lay bare her soul even its ugliest parts without ever coming off as narcissistic or solipsistic.
    • But the angry reaction to her comments rose to a new level today with blogs on the left and right accusing her of being self-centred and narcissistic.
    • Somehow I think unsung social workers can reach out to the poor and downtrodden better than narcissistic guys who have gotten too much attention in the first place.
    • Towards the end of the film, his buff, clueless, completely narcissistic character became less amusing and more annoying.
    • Politics attracts a certain type of guy: the narcissistic showman, hungry for attention and holding centre stage.
    • "I'm not as narcissistic or self-referential as people think," he says with a smile.
    • Young narcissistic adults tend to be ostracized and shunned by peers and colleagues.
    • Thirteen years ago I met a materialistic, narcissistic, superficial, bosomy woman from Long Island.
    • His narcissistic lover cautions him against his charity towards his neighbours across the hallway.
    • But where else, you may ask, can one go to see shallow, narcissistic pop stars rip off articles of clothing?