1. Complacent usually means "self-satisfied" or "unconcerned," but it also shares with complaisant the sense of "marked by an inclination to please or oblige." This sense of Complacent is an old one, but that hasn't kept language critics from labeling it as an error - and on the whole, modern writers do prefer complaisant for this meaning.
2. Pleased, especially with oneself or one's merits, advantages, situation, etc., often without awareness of some potential danger or defect; self-satisfied: The voters are too Complacent to change the government
3. Satisfied with the current situation and unconcerned with changing it, often to the point of smugness: "a geologic cautionary tale for a Complacent world accustomed to reliable infusions of cheap energy" (Paul Roberts)
4. / kəmˈpleɪ.s ə nt / feeling so satisfied with your own abilities or situation that you feel you do not need to try any harder: a Complacent smile / attitude We can't afford to become Complacent about any of our …
5. / kəmˈpleɪ.s ə nt / feeling so satisfied with your own abilities or situation that you feel you do not need to try any harder: a Complacent smile / attitude We can't afford to become Complacent about any of our …
6. Someone who is Complacent has become overly content — the junk-food-eating couch potato might be feeling Complacent about his health
7. The literal meaning of this word's Latin root is "very pleased," but even though Complacent people may seem pleased with themselves, we are rarely pleased …
8. Of course, that situation could change as winter approaches, especially if Americans become more Complacent and “pandemic fatigue” sets in
9. Complacent is a portrait of the American lifestyle
10. A Complacent person is very pleased with themselves or feels that they do not need to do anything about a situation, even though the situation may be uncertain or dangerous
11. We cannot afford to be Complacent about our health
12. American English: Complacent / kəmˈpleɪsənt /
13. What does Complacent mean? Satisfied with the current situation and unconcerned with changing it, often to the point of smugness
14. The kid was Complacent with his small little trouble free world
15. The hippies and lazy teenagers were Complacent, complaining but never doing anything about it, never realizing they were part of the problem.
16. The Complacent advisor doesn’t interact with newer agents
17. Complacent and complaisant are two words which are similar in pronunciation and which both come from the Latin verb complacere ‘to please’, but in English they do not mean the same thing
18. Complacent is far commoner and means ‘smug and self-satisfied’.
19. See 2 authoritative translations of Complacent in Spanish with example sentences and audio pronunciations.
20. Complacent means self-satisfied, smug, uncritical about one’s achievements
21. A person who is Complacent is not subject to self-criticism, he is content in himself
22. Complacent has a negative connotation, carrying the unspoken meaning of laziness or inattention to self-improvement.
23. Complacent adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (self-satisfied, lazy) compiaciuto, soddisfatto, gratificato agg aggettivo: Descrive o specifica un sostantivo: "Una persona fidata" - "Con un cacciavite piccolo" - "Questioni controverse"
24. Complacent is the more common word and means ‘smug and self-satisfied’: after four consecutive championships, the team became Complacent
25. A Complacent attitude towards the problem Complacent about We simply cannot afford to be Complacent about the future of our car industry
26. — Complacently adverb Examples from the Corpus Complacent • We've been winning, but we're not going to get Complacent.
27. Examples of Complacent in a sentence
28. I am rightfully not Complacent with low quality service
29. 🔊 If 1,000 signatures on this petition doesn't satisfy you, then how many will make you Complacent? 🔊 Although Chuck wanted an 'A' in the class, he was Complacent with a 'B'
30. Complacent - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
31. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Complacent adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (self-satisfied, lazy) satisfecho con uno mismo loc adj locución adjetiva: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como adjetivo
32. Find 25 ways to say Complacent, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
33. A 2009-06-03: Complacent is brilliant
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35. A Complacent person is very pleased with themselves or feels that they do not need to do anything about a situation, even though the situation may be uncertain or dangerous
36. We cannot afford to be Complacent about our health
37. American English: Complacent / kəmˈpleɪsənt /
38. Too Complacent tone of the Corinthians only intensified
39. Amos (12 Occurrences) The people seemed to have settled down to a Complacent optimism, nourished no doubt by national prosperity, and, though there had not been wanting reminders of /a/amos.htm - 44k
40. Complacent definition: contented to a fault with oneself or one's actions synonyms: content, self-satisfied, self-Complacent antonyms: discontented, disapproval
41. They can also become Complacent about things like telling someone where they’re going (hike in the woods) and when they’re planning on coming back—sort of like filing a flight plan
42. People can even get Complacent about holding the handrail, even though we’ve all fallen going down stairs before and some of us have even fallen going up
43. Americans are becoming more Complacent
44. Market Extra Complacent stock-market investors underestimate danger of big drop by U.S
45. Complacent Lyrics: Angst / I just smoked a blunt, I'ma face it / I can never fold, I'm not Complacent / Girl, I swear that you'll be with me when I fucking make it / I just spent a 30 on my bracelet
46. Complacently: 1 adv in a self-satisfied manner “he Complacently lived out his life as a village school teacher”
47. Weatherly was brutally honest about getting "Complacent" after signing a 2-year, $12.5 million contract last free agency with the Panthers and vowed to never let that feeling set in again.
48. Synonyms for Complacent in Free Thesaurus
49. 15 synonyms for Complacent: smug, self-satisfied, pleased with yourself, resting on your laurels, pleased, contented, satisfied, gratified, serene, unconcerned
50. What are synonyms for Complacent?
51. Teachers are far from Complacent about this problem
52. This view seems alarmingly Complacent
53. Don't go getting too Complacent before the exams
54. Nobody can afford to be Complacent about security
55. The council was criticized for its Complacent attitude to child protection
56. The government is in danger of becoming Complacent now inflation has dropped.
57. Antonyms for Complacent include unsatisfied, dissatisfied, unComplacent, humble, modest, discontented, reserved, uneasy, unfulfilled and discreet
58. Both Complacent and complaisant descend from Latin complacere, “to please, to be pleasant,” but they have acquired different meanings in English
59. Complacent (adjective): feeling or showing pleasure or satisfaction, especially in one’s own conditions; self-satisfied.
60. The Complacent individual doesn’t see anything as a miracle and takes everything for granted
61. One way to be more content and less Complacent is actually to find ways to be more grateful for the things you already have in life