Someone who knows Chinese and Japanese, please have a look at this sentence.
@NNC: Can one speak of someone being “vain of” something?
@TC[jpn]: How about: “That girl is vain/(self-)conceited on account of/due to/because of her beauty?”
The Chinese says she's arrogant because of it. So conceited is probably the best.
Who's that girl?
Sorry, I don't think any one of us has her number. Also, beware of translating sentences that have the “@translation check” tag.
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