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English definition of “flaunt”

flaunt

verb [T] uk   /flɔːnt/ us    /flɑːnt/ disapproving
to show or make obvious something you are proud of in order to get admiration: He's got a lot of money but he doesn't flaunt it. Flavio was flaunting his tan in a pair of white trunks. flaunt yourself to show your body in a confident and sexual manner
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