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complacent
kəm'pleɪsənt
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Contented to a fault with oneself or one's actions.
Hyphenationcom•pla•cent
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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满足mǎnzúto satisfy; to meet (the needs of); satisfied; content
自满zìmǎncomplacent; self-satisfied
得意déyìproud of oneself; pleased with oneself; complacent
志得意满zhì déyì mǎnfully content with one's achievements (idiom); complacent
洋洋得意yángyáng déyìimmensely pleased with oneself (idiom); proud; complacent
洋洋自得yángyáng zìdéimmensely pleased with oneself (idiom); proud; complacent
踌躇满志chóuchú mǎn zhìenormously proud of one's success (idiom); smug; complacent
飘飘然piāopiāo ránelated; light and airy feeling (after a few drinks); smug and conceited; complacent
松懈sōngxièto relax; to relax efforts; to slack off; to take it easy; complacent; undisciplined
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