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
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blowhard

[ˈbləʊhɑːd] N (esp US) → fanfarrón/ona m/f
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I heard Salmond make that comment and I said to myself: "Not in my name." Mrs M Lawrie, Inverness WHAT a blowhard Andrew Neil is.
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"I don't know much about him, but I know he's a blowhard. And I'm not too excited about him being a leader" Former US president George Bush Snr on Donald Trump.
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Now as Beatrice, she's tremendous as a blowhard who bustles about in a fog of cigarettes, red wine, debt and ill health, rudely interrupting the settled life of her late boyfriend's daughter.
It feels like there have already been plenty of these election special shows, whether it was Wednesday's seven-podium chaos, or Jeremy Paxman laying into Jeremy Corbyn like that drunk fella in the pub who doesn't ever let you get in a word in and calling Theresa May a blowhard. And who could forget Theresa's hubby, Phillip, talking about putting the bins out on The One Show?
It feels like there have already been plenty of these election special shows, whether it was PICK OF THE DAY question time: leaders special BBC1, 8.30pm Wednesday's seven-podium chaos, or Jeremy Paxman laying into Jeremy Corbyn like that drunk fella in the pub who doesn't ever let you get in a word in and calling Theresa May a blowhard. And who could forget Theresa's hubby Phillip talking about putting the bins out on The One Show?
Maybe Trump would seem funny, in some crude way, if he were still a blowhard TV celebrity rather than a blowhard president occupying the most serious job on the planet--the one that protects nuclear codes and the values of what Reagan called a Shining City upon a Hill.