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bombastic

División en sílabas: bom·bas·tic
Pronunciación: /ˌbämˈbastik
 
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Definición de bombastic en inglés:

adjetivo

High-sounding but with little meaning; inflated: bombastic rhetoric bombastic music that drowned out what anyone was saying
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Johnson's expression is manly, vigorous, grandiloquent and bombastic.
  • Given the star's history of bombastic public behavior, she may be greeted with skepticism about her intent.
  • The exchanges themselves are unsubtle and bombastic.
Sinónimos
pompous, blustering, turgid, verbose, orotund, high-flown, high-sounding, overwrought, pretentious, ostentatious, grandiloquent
informal highfalutin, puffed up
rare fustian

Derivados

bombastically

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Pronunciación: /bämˈbastik(ə)lē/
adverbio
Example sentences
  • Predictably, he bombastically announced yesterday: ‘We have nothing to hide.’
  • People used to laugh when the Chancellor bombastically promised to end boom and bust: it was once the natural British economic weather.
  • William often bombastically claimed to be the man who took the decisions.

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