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mouth off (about sth)

informal disapproving
verb [T] uk phrasal verb with mouth   /maʊð/ us  
to express your opinions too loudly and publicly: I had to listen to Michael mouthing off about the government all through lunch.
Translations of “mouth off (about sth)”
in Chinese (Traditional) (在公開場合毫無顧忌地)發表意見,談論…
in Chinese (Simplified) (在公开场合毫无顾忌地)发表意见,谈论…
(Definition of mouth off (about sth) from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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