Definición de vaunt en inglés:

vaunt

Saltos de línea: vaunt
Pronunciación: /vɔːnt
 
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verbo

[with object] (usually as adjective vaunted)
  • Boast about or praise (something), especially excessively: the much vaunted information superhighway
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • For all of our much vaunted independence, scratch an American of Anglo descent and you'll find a bit of a Briton.
    • So much for the much vaunted transparency and accountability policy.
    • Even the country's much vaunted success in the IT industry needs to be put in perspective, he says.
    Sinónimos
    boast about, brag about, make much of, crow about, gloat over, give oneself airs about, exult in, parade, flaunt, show off, flourish; acclaim, esteem, revere, extol, celebrate
    informal show off about, flash
    rare laud

sustantivo

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  • A boast.

Derivativos

vaunter

sustantivo

vaunting

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There is a vaunting national self-confidence that almost amounts to arrogance.
  • The overawed announcer introduced Welles as a mythical being and told listeners to imagine a combination of Baron Munchausen and Alice in Wonderland: a man who was at once a vaunting fabulist and an ingenuous child.
  • After a brief prologue, the fighting characters advance and introduce themselves, or are introduced, in vaunting rhymes.

vauntingly

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • It is as if he caught a glimpse of a way to resolve the traumas - of race, allegiance, identity, inequality - that have beset America since it declared itself, vauntingly, impossibly, ‘the land of the free’.

Origen

late Middle English: the noun a shortening of obsolete avaunt 'boasting, a boast'; the verb (originally in the sense 'use boastful language') from Old French vanter, from late Latin vantare, based on Latin vanus 'vain, empty'.

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