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Meaning of “shoot your mouth off” in the English Dictionary

"shoot your mouth off" in British English

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shoot your mouth off

informal to ​talk too much in a ​loud and ​uncontrolled way: It's just like Richard to go ​shooting his ​mouth off about other people's ​business.
(Definition of shoot your mouth off from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"shoot your mouth off" in American English

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shoot your mouth off

infml to ​talk too much about things other ​people should not ​know: Don't go ​shootingyourmouth off about how much ​money you ​earn.
(Definition of shoot your mouth off from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “shoot your mouth off”
in Chinese (Simplified) 夸夸其谈, 信口开河…
in Chinese (Traditional) 滔滔不絕, 信口開河…
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