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bragverb [I]

 us   /bræɡ/ (-gg-)
to ​speak with ​pride, often with too much ​pride, about something you have done or something you ​possess: She was bragging about her ​golfgame. The ​government has been bragging about the good ​economy.
(Definition of brag from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







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bragverb [I]

uk   us   /bræɡ/ (-gg-) informal disapproving
to ​speak too ​proudly about what you have done or what you own: She's always bragging about how much ​money she ​earns. [+ that] They bragged thattheirteam had never been ​beaten.
(Definition of brag from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “brag”
in Korean 자랑하다, 허풍떨다…
in Arabic يَتَفاخَر, يَتَباهى…
in Malaysian berlagak…
in French (se) vanter…
in Russian хвастаться…
in Chinese (Traditional) 吹噓,誇耀…
in Italian vantarsi…
in Turkish böbürlenmek, gereksiz övünmek, yüksekten atmak…
in Polish chwalić się, przechwalać się…
in Spanish jactarse de, fanfarronear…
in Vietnamese khoe khoang…
in Portuguese gabar-se, vangloriar-se…
in Thai พูดอวดดี…
in German prahlen…
in Catalan fanfarronejar…
in Japanese 自慢する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 吹嘘,夸耀…
in Indonesian membual…
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