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Translation of "boast" - English-Spanish dictionary

boast

verb   /bəʊst/
to talk too proudly about something good that you have done or that you own jactarse, alardear I wish she would stop boasting about her new car.
(Definition of boast from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

boast

verb /bəust/
to talk with too much pride vanagloriarse, jactarse de, fanfarronear He was always boasting about how clever his son was.
boastful adjective
jactancioso, fanfarrón boastful claims/remarks.
boastfully adverb
con jactancia, haciendo alarde de She boastfully told them how much she’d spent on shoes.
boastfulness noun
jactancia His boastfulness was getting on everyone’s nerves.
boasting noun
jactancia, fanfarronada Is there no end to her boasting?
(Definition of boast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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