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brag

 (brăg)
v. bragged, brag·ging, brags
v.intr.
To talk or write about oneself in a proud or self-impressed way. See Synonyms at boast1.
v.tr.
To say (something about oneself) boastfully.
n.
1. A boast.
2. Arrogant or boastful speech.
3. Games A card game similar to poker.
adj. brag·ger, brag·gest
Exceptionally fine.

[Middle English braggen, from brag, ostentatious.]

brag′ger n.

brag

(bræɡ)
vb, brags, bragging or bragged
to speak of (one's own achievements, possessions, etc) arrogantly and boastfully
n
1. boastful talk or behaviour, or an instance of this
2. something boasted of: his brag was his new car.
3. a braggart; boaster
4. (Card Games) a card game: an old form of poker
[C13: of unknown origin]
ˈbragger n
ˈbragging n, adj
ˈbraggingly adv

brag

(bræg)

v. bragged, brag•ging,
n., adj. v.i.
1. to use boastful language; boast.
v.t.
2. to declare boastfully.
n.
3. a boast or vaunt.
4. a thing to boast of.
5. a boaster.
6. an old English card game similar to poker.
adj.
7. first-rate.
[1350–1400; Middle English brag (n.) ostentation, braggen (v.)]
brag′ger, n.
syn: See boast1.

brag


Past participle: bragged
Gerund: bragging

Imperative
brag
brag
Present
I brag
you brag
he/she/it brags
we brag
you brag
they brag
Preterite
I bragged
you bragged
he/she/it bragged
we bragged
you bragged
they bragged
Present Continuous
I am bragging
you are bragging
he/she/it is bragging
we are bragging
you are bragging
they are bragging
Present Perfect
I have bragged
you have bragged
he/she/it has bragged
we have bragged
you have bragged
they have bragged
Past Continuous
I was bragging
you were bragging
he/she/it was bragging
we were bragging
you were bragging
they were bragging
Past Perfect
I had bragged
you had bragged
he/she/it had bragged
we had bragged
you had bragged
they had bragged
Future
I will brag
you will brag
he/she/it will brag
we will brag
you will brag
they will brag
Future Perfect
I will have bragged
you will have bragged
he/she/it will have bragged
we will have bragged
you will have bragged
they will have bragged
Future Continuous
I will be bragging
you will be bragging
he/she/it will be bragging
we will be bragging
you will be bragging
they will be bragging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bragging
you have been bragging
he/she/it has been bragging
we have been bragging
you have been bragging
they have been bragging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bragging
you will have been bragging
he/she/it will have been bragging
we will have been bragging
you will have been bragging
they will have been bragging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bragging
you had been bragging
he/she/it had been bragging
we had been bragging
you had been bragging
they had been bragging
Conditional
I would brag
you would brag
he/she/it would brag
we would brag
you would brag
they would brag
Past Conditional
I would have bragged
you would have bragged
he/she/it would have bragged
we would have bragged
you would have bragged
they would have bragged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.brag - an instance of boastful talkbrag - an instance of boastful talk; "his brag is worse than his fight"; "whenever he won we were exposed to his gasconade"
boast, boasting, jactitation, self-praise - speaking of yourself in superlatives
Verb1.brag - show offbrag - show off        
puff - speak in a blustering or scornful manner; "A puffing kind of man"
exaggerate, hyperbolise, hyperbolize, overstate, amplify, magnify, overdraw - to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth; "tended to romanticize and exaggerate this `gracious Old South' imagery"
crow, gloat, triumph - dwell on with satisfaction
Adj.1.brag - exceptionally good; "a boss hand at carpentry"; "his brag cornfield"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
superior - of high or superior quality or performance; "superior wisdom derived from experience"; "superior math students"

brag

verb boast, crow, swagger, vaunt, bluster, talk big (slang), blow your own trumpet, blow your own horn (U.S. & Canad.) He'll probably go around bragging to his friends.

brag

verb
To talk with excessive pride:
Informal: blow.
noun
1. An act of boasting:
Informal: blow.
2. One given to boasting:
Informal: blowhard.
Slang: blower.
adjective
Translations
تباهىيَتَفاخَر، يَتَباهى
chlubit se
prale
gorta
力む自慢する
lielītiesplātīties
böbürlenmekövünmek

brag

[bræg]
A. VIjactarse, fanfarronear (about, of, that de de que)
B. N (= boast) → fanfarronada f, bravata f

brag

[ˈbræg] vise vanter
to brag about sth → se vanter de qch

brag

viprahlen, angeben (about, of mit)
vtprahlen; to brag thatprahlen, dass, damit angeben, dass
n
(= boast)Prahlerei f, → Angeberei f
(inf) = braggart

brag

[bræg] vt & vi to brag (about/that)vantarsi (di)

brag

(brӕg) past tense, past participle bragged verb
to boast.