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Translation of "swank" - English-Spanish dictionary

swank

verb /swӕðk/
a slang word for to behave or talk in a conceited way. fanfarronear, fardar, darse tono/humos
swanky adjective ( comparative swankier, superlative swankiest)
fashionable and expensive de lujo; (peyorativo para personas y cosas) pijo; (para personas) fanfarrón a swanky restaurant.
Translations of “swank”
in Vietnamese phô trương, khoe khoang…
in Thai อวดโก้…
in Malaysian menunjuk-nunjuk…
in French se donner des airs…
in German die Angeberei…
in Chinese (Traditional) 出風頭,誇耀,炫耀,賣弄…
in Indonesian menyombong…
in Chinese (Simplified) 出风头,夸耀,炫耀,卖弄…
(Definition of swank from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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