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Translation of "brag" - English-Catalan dictionary

brag

verb
 
/bræɡ/ ( present participle bragging, past tense and past participle bragged)
to talk too proudly about something good that you have done or that you own
fanfarronejar
He’s always bragging about how much money he earns.
Translations of “brag”
in Arabic يَتَفاخَر, يَتَباهى…
in Korean 자랑하다, 허풍떨다…
in Malaysian berlagak…
in French (se) vanter…
in Turkish böbürlenmek, gereksiz övünmek, yüksekten atmak…
in Italian vantarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吹噓,誇耀…
in Russian хвастаться…
in Polish chwalić się, przechwalać się…
in Vietnamese khoe khoang…
in Spanish jactarse de, fanfarronear…
in Portuguese gabar-se, vangloriar-se…
in Thai พูดอวดดี…
in German prahlen…
in Japanese 自慢する…
in Indonesian membual…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吹嘘,夸耀…
(Definition of brag from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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