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a person who never admits they're wrong

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by livy, Sep 22, 2005.

  1. livy New Member

    usa, english
    What is that dang word???? Ya know, it's to describe a person who never admits they're wrong and always insists that they're right....
     
  2. VenusEnvy

    VenusEnvy Senior Member

    Maryland, USA
    English, United States
    In English?

    Stubborn
    Pig-headed
    Hard-headed

    Cabezota

    ???
     
  3. Pedro P. Calvo Morcillo

    Pedro P. Calvo Morcillo Senior Member

    Madrid
    España, español.
    In Engilsh or Spanish?

    Orgulloso.
    Arrogante.
    Soberbio.
    Vanidoso.
    Altivo.
    Cabezota.
    Que no da su brazo a torcer.
    Que quiere llevar siempre la razón.
    Que se cree perfecto.
    Un iluminado.
    Alguien (que se cree) infalible.
     
  4. murena Senior Member

    Sydney, Australia
    Mexico / Spanish
    Terco could have that meaning too.
     
  5. livy New Member

    usa, english
    English. Definitely.
     
  6. BasedowLives

    BasedowLives Senior Member

    uSa
    stubborn definately
     
  7. livy New Member

    usa, english
    GAH! sorry guys, but still not it. i know i read it somewhere, but i just cant think of it. keep trying, or give me suggestions about how to look it up. thanks!
     
  8. VenusEnvy

    VenusEnvy Senior Member

    Maryland, USA
    English, United States
    Can you give us more? Where did you read it? What do you remember of it?
     
  9. Chipiron Senior Member

    Galicia
    Spain Spanish & Gallego
    Hello!!!

    If you need to find a synonym for stubborn you can look it up in a Thesaurus.
     
  10. VenusEnvy

    VenusEnvy Senior Member

    Maryland, USA
    English, United States
    ¡Hola! :)

    Good idea!

    Here's a good on-line resource. ;)
     
  11. El Estudiante

    El Estudiante Senior Member

    EEUU, english
    Hello,

    The English Only forum would probably be a better place for this thread, since it has nothing to do with Spanish.
     

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