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crow

verb [I] (TALK PROUDLY)
夸口
 
 
/krəʊ/ US  /kroʊ/ (crowed or UK ALSO crew) disapproving
to talk in a proud and annoying way about something you have done
夸耀;夸口,自夸
He's always crowing about his latest triumph.
他老是吹嘘他最近取得的成功。
BoastingShowing arrogance and conceit
(Definition of crow verb (TALK PROUDLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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