swell-headed

Translations

swell-headed

[ˈswelˈhedɪd] ADJengreído, presumido, presuntuoso

swell-headed

adj (inf)aufgeblasen (inf)

swell-headed

[ˌswɛlˈhɛdɪd] adj (fam) → borioso/a, pieno/a di sé
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Perhaps retirement would be ideal for a supercilious and overbearing, arrogant, puffed up, swell-headed, inflated, high and mighty, stuck up, toffee-nosed, nose in the air snob, haughty, disdainful, holier than thou, ungracious, strutting, swaggering, pleased as punch, bumptious, conceited, pompous dolt on a bike.
As he moved from a vets' job placement office to the California Governors Committee for People with Disabilities to power corridors in Washington and the lucrative inspirational speaking circuit, Pimentel will probably be the first to admit that he became a swell-headed ass -- the better for him to go through suicide- contemplating self-examination and come out a wiser, superior person for it.
Jordan is a bit swell-headed, but here is something to think about.
Coventry has a proper star in Andy Hockley, appearing in his tenth panto in the city - this year as the outrageously swell-headed (and big-haired) Nanny B Goode.
jIt all came back to me this week when I heard how Jonathan Woodgate (pictured) and Michael Owen are being shunned by the Galacticos at Real Madrid, who don't consider the English lads big enough stars to join their swell-headed ranks.
That way I wouldn't get swell-headed and I wouldn't be hurt.