He is very arrogant. He always boasts about how well-educated he is.
I couldn't put up with her arrogant behavior.
People who sign their names in capital letters are often arrogant.
I have just met Brian. Is he always so arrogant?
Michał is arrogant
However, he is very severe to those pupils who do not want to study and dislikes those who are arrogant and conceited.
Paul didn't become arrogant even though he was rich.
You're an arrogant dirty foreigner who claims your dictionary is correct even though you don't understand the nuances of Japanese.
She said I was selfish and arrogant.
I cannot think of anything more arrogant than that.
I found him arrogant and rude. / The authorities had behaved arrogantly, she said.
It’s very arrogant to think you’re better than her.
It was arrogant of me to think I know what's best for you. She is very arrogant person who wants things to be done her way.
He thinks he's better than everyone else. He's so arrogant.
He made an extremely arrogant remark.
Angielskie słowo "arogancki" (arrogant) występuje w zestawach:1. Matura Focus 3 Personality - osobowośćUnit 1 Oxford Solutions - 26 pierwszychVocabulary II - Character and PersonalityNew Matura Success Intermediate Unit 6cechy charakteru, uczucia i emocje
She gave me a haughty look and walked away.
People find that man haughty and impolite.
Has she always been so haughty? Her behaviour is difficult to bear.
a haughty British aristocrat
Derrick's haughty attitude made him an undesirable friend.
The superstar’s haughty dismissal of her co-stars will backfire on her someday.
She was so haughty, dishonest and unfriendly that noone ever liked her.
Mandira is exceedingly haughty
though before I always thought of cats as being too, too independent really and almost haughty or snobby towards people cause they didn’t really, they don’t really seem to need people or need affection as much as dogs do and that’s a really nice part
What a haughty fellow he is!
He is haughty to his juniors.
Angielskie słowo "arogancki" (haughty) występuje w zestawach:ANGIELSKI - LEKCJA 622 piździernik2 czerwca 1/3