自夸; 吹牛; 说大话
It is nothing to boast of.
He boasts too much.
Great boast, small roast. [谚]说得多, 做得少。
make a boast of sth. 夸耀某事
without boasting 不是自夸(用于插入语)
boast about 自夸; 自吹自擂
boast of 自夸; 自吹自擂
boast it 自大; 自夸
boast oneself of 自负; 自夸
He's just boasting.
He boasted that he could run very fast.
Nobody should boast of his learning.
He boasted about the big fish he had caught.
He boasted himself (to be) an all-round man.
He boasted of the new VCD he had just bought.
The boy boasted that his bicycle was of the best quality of all the bicycles in the school.
This village boasts three shops.
His boast is that he's the best.
It has never been the boast of a modest person that he alone could accomplish such a hard task.
The captain is always boasting of his military valor.
Our school library boasts quite a few rare books.
That brother of yours is full of boasts.
It is his boast that he has never been late for work.
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