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Belief or assurance in oneself, trusting one's abilities, judgements, or decisions, either in general or in relation to a specific situation or activity. Also called self-assurance. See also hard-easy effect, overconfidence effect, unrealistic optimism. self-confident adj. [From Old English seolf self + Latin confidens confident, from con with + fides faith]

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