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bluster

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈblʌs.tər/ US  /-tɚ/
to speak in a loud, angry or offended way, usually with little effect
咆哮,气势汹汹地说(通常作用不大)
[+ speech] "You had no right to do it, no right at all, " he blustered.
“你没有权力那样做,根本没有权力,”他气势汹汹地吼道。
Talking angrily
bluster
 
 
noun [U]
I knew that it was all bluster and he wasn't really angry with me.
我知道那只是虚张声势,他并不是真的生我的气。
Talking angrily
(Definition of bluster verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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