big-mouthed

Translations

big-mouthed

[ˈbɪgˈmaʊθt] ADJ
1.de boca grande
2. (= loudmouthed) → bocazas; (= gossipy) → cotilla
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GERMAN legend Franz Beckenbauer has launched an astonishing attack on Jens Lehmann - branding the Arsenal keeper a big-mouthed troublemaker.
But the big-mouthed mother-of-one, who shot to fame on Big Brother, refused a glass of wine, saying: "I can't drink.
Big-mouthed Narinder Kaur and lovestruck Paul Clarke - without show runner-up Helen Adams who he is wooing after their on-screen flirtation - arrived at Channel 4 to take part in a show for Dermot O'Leary.
However, the new fossil suggests that the two limbed snakes are advanced big-mouthed snakes, like pythons and boas, rather than primitive serpentine ancestors, says paleontologist Olivier Rieppel of the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago.
He ended up being a giving, loving and big-mouthed person,'' Lewis said to laughter from the audience.
Paragallo said he chose Bradshaw in part because ``we wanted someone who wasn't as big-mouthed as I was.