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ego

  
  ( egos    plural  ) Someone's ego is their sense of their own worth. For example, if someone has a large ego, they think they are very important and valuable.      n-var  
He had a massive ego, never would he admit he was wrong.     
    alter ego  
    super-ego  


alter ego        ( alter egos    plural  )
1       n-count   Your alter ego is the other side of your personality from the one which people normally see.  
usu with supp  
2       n-count   You can describe the character that an actor usually plays on television or in films as his or her alter ego.  
usu with supp  
Barry Humphries's alter ego Dame Edna has taken the US by storm.     
ego trip        ( ego trips    plural  ) If you say that someone is on an ego trip, you are criticizing them for doing something for their own satisfaction and enjoyment, often to show that they think they are more important than other people.      n-count  
  (disapproval)   
super-ego        ( super-egos    plural  ) , superego   Your super-ego is the part of your mind which makes you aware of what is right and wrong, and which causes you to feel guilty when you have done something wrong.     (TECHNICAL)      n-count  
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alter ego, ego trip, super-ego, ergo

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