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* {{trreq|ar}}
 
* {{trreq|ar}}
 
* Catalan: {{t-|ca|ufà}}, {{t-|ca|petulant}}
 
* Catalan: {{t-|ca|ufà}}, {{t-|ca|petulant}}
* Czech: {{t-|cs|nafoukaný|m}}, {{t-|cs|nafoukaná|f}}, {{t-|cs|nafoukaní|p}}
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* Czech: {{t-|cs|nafoukaný}}
 
* Dutch: {{t-|nl|zelfingenomen}}
 
* Dutch: {{t-|nl|zelfingenomen}}
 
* Finnish: {{t-|fi|omahyväinen}}, {{t-|fi|itseriittoinen}}, {{t-|fi|itsetyytyväinen}}
 
* Finnish: {{t-|fi|omahyväinen}}, {{t-|fi|itseriittoinen}}, {{t-|fi|itsetyytyväinen}}
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* Punjabi: ਆਪਣੇ ਆਪ ਵਿੱਚ [[ਮਸਤ]], [[ਮਨਮੌਜੀ]]
 
* Punjabi: ਆਪਣੇ ਆਪ ਵਿੱਚ [[ਮਸਤ]], [[ਮਨਮੌਜੀ]]
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|самодовольный}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|самодовольный}}
* Slovak: {{t-|sk|nafúkaný|m}}, {{t-|sk|nafúkaná|f}}, {{t-|sk|nafúkaní|p}}
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* Slovak: {{t-|sk|nafúkaný}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|ufano}}, {{t+|es|engreído}}, {{t+|es|petulante}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|ufano}}, {{t+|es|engreído}}, {{t+|es|petulante}}
 
* Swedish: {{t-|sv|självgod}}, {{t-|sv|självbelåten}}
 
* Swedish: {{t-|sv|självgod}}, {{t-|sv|självbelåten}}

Revision as of 19:03, 6 September 2012

English

Etymology

From Middle Low German smuk (neat, trim, spruce, elegant, fair), from Middle High German gesmuc (ornament), from smücken (to ornament, adorn, originally to dress), a secondary form of Middle High German smiegen (to creep into, hence to put on (a garment)); see smock.

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Adjective

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  1. Irritatingly pleased with oneself; self-satisfied.
    Kate looked extremely smug this morning.

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