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English definition of “shoot your mouth off”

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shoot your mouth off

informal
to talk too much in a loud and uncontrolled way: It's just like Richard to go shooting his mouth off about other people's affairs.
Translations of “shoot your mouth off”
in Chinese (Traditional) 滔滔不絕, 信口開河…
in Chinese (Simplified) 夸夸其谈, 信口开河…
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