- 自私的,利己的 concerned with or directed towards one's own advantage without care for others
concerned chiefly or only with yourself and your advantage to the exclusion of others;
"Selfish men were...trying to make capital for themselves out of the sacred cause of civil rights"
- A selfish person always thinks about himself.
- I am becoming more and more irritated by his selfish behaviour.
- I call his behaviour mean and selfish.
- Nobody but you could be so selfish.
- I have been a selfish being all my life, in practice, though not in principle.
- She is a selfish person.
- You must learn to share and not be so selfish.
- Oh, don't be so selfish with your money!
- He's too selfish to think of lending me his car.
- What makes almost every man selfish?
- purely〔totally, very〕 selfish 纯粹〔完全,非常〕自私
- remain selfish 一味自私
Very selfish of mesthinking of myself when Annette was in need of help.出自： E. Caldwell
An over protective mother whose motives were selfish rather than loving.出自：Irish Press
The brash and selfish values of a 'get rich quick' society.出自：Times
- selfishly adv. 自私地,利己地‖ selfishness n. 自私