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vanidad



Inflexiones de 'vanidad' (nf): fpl: vanidades

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Principal Translations
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vanidad nf (arrogancia, presunción)vanity, arrogance n
 Era muy arrogante y su vanidad no tenía límites.
 She was very arrogant and her vanity (or: arrogance) knew no bounds.
vanidad nf (enaltecimiento de lo físico)vanity n
 Mauricio es apuesto, pero prefiero un hombre sin tanta vanidad.
 Mauricio is handsome, but I prefer a man without so much vanity.
vanidad nf (carencia de utilidad)futility, uselessness n
 Cuando vio que no triunfaría, el joven se dio cuenta de la vanidad de sus esfuerzos.
 When he saw he that he wasn't going to win, the young man realized the futility (or: uselessness) of his efforts.
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Additional Translations
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vanidad nf (carencia de fundamento)shallowness, weakness n
  (formal)inanity n
 Perdió el debate por la vanidad de sus argumentos.
 She lost the debate due to the shallowness (or: weakness) of her arguments.
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