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inflated
American English: /ɪnˈfleɪdəd/
British English: /ɪnˈfleɪtɪd/

Translation of inflated in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1 (with air, gas)
    Example sentences
    • Then replace the punctured rear wheel with the inflated front wheel.
    • His first design used a number of thin inflated tubes inside a leather cover.
    • By the end of the day several inflated balloons will end up littering the far bank.
    1.2 (exaggerated)
    (figures/sums/prices)
    inflado
    (reputation)
    she has an inflated sense of her own importance
    se cree muy importante
    1.3 (pompous)
    (style/language)
    Example sentences
    • Ah, they're all about inflated self-importance, anyway.
    • Then tougher legislation is announced to deal with the inflated problem.
    • My prize goes to whoever wrote the ridiculously inflated press blurb.

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