Complacency, meaning in Bengali, can be translated into several words: আত্মসন্তুষ্টি, আত্মতৃপ্তি, আত্মসন্তুষ্টিতা (noun, pronunciation: atmo-shon-tushti, atmo-tripti, atmo-shon-tushtita).

Definition and Synonyms

Complacency, a noun, refers to a feeling of satisfaction or contentment with one’s achievements or situation, often accompanied by a lack of motivation to improve or change. Synonyms for complacency include self-satisfaction, smugness, contentment, and satisfaction. For more, you can check out the meanings of self-satisfaction, smugness, contentment, and satisfaction in Bengali.


Antonyms of complacency in Bengali include অসন্তুষ্টি (discontentment) and অসন্তুষ্ট (unsatisfied).

Origin and Nearby Words

The word “complacency” originated from the Latin word “complacentia,” meaning “satisfaction.” Nearby words related to complacency include complacent (adjective), complacently (adverb), and complacence (noun).

Complacency in Literature Quotes

Here are a few quotes about complacency in literature:

  1. “Complacency is a state of mind that exists only in retrospective: it has to be shattered before being ascertained.” – Maria Popova (আত্মসন্তুষ্টি একটি মনের অবস্থা যা শুধুমাত্র পূর্বানুভূতিকে বিশ্লেষণ করে নেই: এটি নির্ধারণ করার আগে এটি ভেঙে যাওয়া উচিত।)
  2. “Complacency is the enemy of progress.” – Margaret Thatcher (আত্মসন্তুষ্টি উন্নতির শত্রু।)

Complacency Meaning in Different Languages

Bengali: আত্মসন্তুষ্টি, Hindi: संतुष्टि, Nepali: सन्तुष्टि, Urdu: تسلی, Tamil: மனச்சார்பு, Telugu: ఆత్మసంతృప్తి, Arabic: الرضا, Chinese: 自满, Japanese: 自己満足, Russian: самодовольство. To see more, you can visit,,, and

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Remember to always strive for growth and avoid falling into the trap of complacency. It is through continuous improvement that we can reach our full potential.