blowhard


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blow·hard

 (blō′härd′)
n. Informal
A boaster or braggart.

blowhard

(ˈbləʊˌhɑːd)
n
a boastful person
adj
blustering or boastful
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.blowhard - a very boastful and talkative personblowhard - a very boastful and talkative person
egoist, egotist, swellhead - a conceited and self-centered person

blowhard

noun
Informal. One given to boasting:
Slang: blower.
Translations
Maulheld

blowhard

[ˈbləʊhɑːd] N (esp US) → fanfarrón/ona m/f
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