bigmouth


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big·mouth

 (bĭg′mouth′)
n.
1. Slang A loudmouthed or gossipy person.
2. Any of various fishes having unusually large mouths.

bigmouth

(ˈbɪɡˌmaʊθ)
n
slang a noisy, indiscreet, or boastful person
ˈbig-ˌmouthed adj

big•mouth

(ˈbɪgˌmaʊθ)

n., pl. -mouths (-ˌmaʊðz, -ˌmaʊθs)
1. a loud, talkative, and usu. indiscreet or boastful person.
2. any of several fishes having an unusually large mouth.
[1885–90, Amer.]
Translations

bigmouth

[ˈbɪgmaʊθ] N (bigmouths (pl)) [ˈbɪgmaʊðz] (= loudmouth) → bocazas mf; (= gossipy person) → cotilla mf

bigmouth

[ˈbɪgˌmaʊθ] n (fam) → chiacchierone/a
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