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confident Saltos de línea: con|fi¦dent
Pronunciación: /ˈkɒnfɪd(ə)nt/

Definición de confident en inglés:

adjetivo

1Feeling or showing confidence in oneself or one’s abilities or qualities: she was a confident, outgoing girl people who are confident in their identity
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Before we go out onto the field, he makes everyone so relaxed and confident in their own ability.
  • Instead, he was too trusting, perhaps too confident in his own ability to keep everything together.
  • They refused to be overawed by Brazil, and came out fully confident in their ability to win.
Sinónimos
assertive, self-assertive, self-possessed, believing in oneself, self-reliant, poised, filled with aplomb;
cool, cool-headed, calm, collected, {cool, calm, and collected}, phlegmatic, level-headed, composed, nonchalant, unperturbed, imperturbable, unruffled, impassive, serene, tranquil, relaxed, at ease
2Feeling or showing certainty about something: this time they’re confident of a happy ending I am not very confident about tonight’s game
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He was certainly very confident that there were places where autism could be treated.
  • If he is confident of a positive response from his squad then the fun is set to begin for United fans.
  • While it is too early to record any positive results yet, Pam is quietly confident that it will help.
Sinónimos
optimistic, hopeful, sanguine;
sure, certain, positive, convinced, in no doubt, unshakeable in one's belief, secure in one's belief, easy in one's mind, satisfied, assured, persuaded;
(be confident)have no doubt, not question, hold the unwavering view

sustantivo

archaic Volver al principio  
A confidant.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • His parents were his closest confidents and friends in a sense, but they were still his parents.
  • The fact is (and this would be an interesting subject for a later post) it really seems like most great artistic products are the broadcasts of a cabal: the proceedings of a small group of confidents exposed to a wide audience.
  • It was now that I began to realize that those whom I had been great friends with during elementary were slowly dropping from my side, joining new confidents like the skaters or the Goths.

Origen

Late 16th century: from French confident(e), from Italian confidente, from Latin confident- 'having full trust', from the verb confidere, from con- (expressing intensive force) + fidere 'trust'.

Palabras que riman con confident

didn't • diffident

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