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strut

verb [I] uk   us   /strʌt/ (-tt-)
to walk in a proud way trying to look important: The boys strutted around trying to get the attention of a group of girls who were nearby.

strut

noun [C] uk   us   /strʌt/
a strong rod, usually made from metal or wood, which helps to hold something such as a vehicle or building together
Translations of “strut”
in Vietnamese đi khệnh khạng, vênh váo…
in Spanish pavonearse…
in Thai เดินวางท่า…
in Malaysian berjalan mendada…
in French se pavaner…
in German stolzieren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 趾高氣揚地走,昂首闊步…
in Indonesian berjalan dengan pongah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 趾高气扬地走,昂首阔步…
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