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ego 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈēgō/,
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egos, plural;
  1. A person's sense of self-esteem or self-importance
    • - a boost to my ego
  2. The part of the mind that mediates between the conscious and the unconscious and is responsible for reality testing and a sense of personal identity

  3. An overly high opinion of oneself
    • - some major players with really big egos
  4. (in metaphysics) A conscious thinking subject


  1. an inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others
  2. self: your consciousness of your own identity
  3. (psychoanalysis) the conscious mind
  4. Ego is the seventh studio album by the German band Oomph!.
  5. Bubbi Morthens (born June 6, 1956 in Reykjavík, Iceland), is a singer and songwriter from Iceland. His name of birth is Ásbjörn Kristinsson Morthens, Bubbi being the affectionate form of Ásbjörn. He is often referred to as "the King".
  6. Ego the Living Planet is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Comics Universe. The character first appeared in Thor #132 (Oct. 1966) and was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby.
  7. The following is a list of episodes from the USA Network original series The Dead Zone. The series debuted on June 16, 2002.
  8. "Ego" is a song by Elton John with lyrics by Bernie Taupin. It was released as a single in early 1978, and did not appear on the album that came out that year, A Single Man. The song was however included along with all other non-album material from the time on the album's 1998 remaster.
  9. Serial Experiments Lain was created as a multimedia production, including an anime, a video game, a manga, and several artbooks and soundtracks. ...
  10. the self, especially with a sense of self-importance; (Freudian) the most central part of the mind, which mediates with one's surroundings
  11. From the Latin meaning ‘I’. In a consciousness context the term ‘ego’ is used to refer to the essential experience of ‘I-ness’, or separate existence. ...
  12. A false sense of separateness created by living within delusion.
  13. Freud divides the psyche into three parts: the ego, the id and the superego. The ego is the 'rational' part of the psyche.
  14. In anthropology this refers to the individual from whom the networks of kinship and family relationship and descent are reckoned and traced. In psychology the term is used to refer to the self of the individual and the way they have constructed their personality and identity in society. ...
  15. the person from whose point of view kinship relations are referenced.
  16. the individual who forms the central reference point in a kinship diagram.
  17. External, Id, E3:Def.II:129, Egoism—Britannica, WikipediA,
  18. A concept used to describe certain mental processes including perception, memory, defenses and sometimes thought of as the rational, cognitive functions of the self.
  19. Used by Sartre to describe self-acknowledgment. This is not the Freudian ego, but rather a consciousness of self in the world.
  20. In yoga, the limited sense of "I" that is identified with the body, mind, and senses; sometimes described as "the veil of suffering."
  21. the separative sense of individuality which makes each being conceive of itself as an independent personality. Ego implies the identification of one's existence with the outer mental, vital and physical self. [Integral Yoga]
  22. I; plur. nos, we (often used for sing.); 'alter ego', my second self; 'ad me', to my house; 'apud me', at my house, also in my senses.
  23. Exhaust Gas Oxygen; the concentration of oxygen in the exhaust of an engine. An EGO sensor (also O2 sensor, or oxygen sensor) is used in closed-loop fuel control systems to indicate rich or lean A/F.
  24. (1) The conscious, rational self, orientated towards the ordinary world of experience. (2) Used popularly to refer to a strong egoic personality.
  25. that portion of the psyche which is conscious, most directly governs thought and behavior, and is most concerned with outer reality. Also called the conscious self.