炫耀 show off
炫耀 show up
炫耀 show off one's talent
炫耀 prick up oneself
炫耀 cut a wide swath
炫耀 trot out
炫耀 cut it fat
炫耀 flash it away
炫耀力量flaunt one's strength
炫耀自己 play the peacock ;
求偶炫耀 Courtship Display ; courtship display
为了炫耀 for show
炫耀它 Flaunt It
敢炫耀 Dare show off
flaunt one's riches;
flaunt one's strength;
parade one's learning;
I do not like to make a show of myself before strangers.
1. They have a tendency to show off, to dramatize almost every situation.
2. Those who suffer from narcissism become self-absorbed or chronic show-offs.
3. He boasts of dodging military service by feigning illness.
4. He got up to strut his stuff on the dance-floor.
5. Jack showed off his latest squeeze at the weekend.
6. Other women seemed content and even exhibited their bellies with pride.
7. They drove around in Rolls-Royces, openly flaunting their wealth.
8. We remember our mother's stern instructions not to boast.
9. There was a touch of triumphalism about the occasion.
10. He was a typical showman with a brashness bordering on arrogance.
11. There is little to show for the two years of hard slog.
12. They have no weaponry to speak of.
13. All right, there'sno need to show off.
14. There was no swank in Martin.
15. Naomi was showing off her engagement ring.
I stopped suddenly in case he should think that I was showing off.
She flaunts her new clothes.
She pouted to show off her new lipstick.
He is not one to parade his achievements.
The player of baseball is parading his cup to his friend.
The exercise was intended as a show of force.
He was making a parade of the influence he possessed over his wife.
Owning a sewing machine was a ostentatious display.
And he liked to go out to show off his new clothes.