Translation of brash in Spanish:

brash

Pronunciation: /bræʃ/

adjective/adjetivo (-er, -est)

  • [person/attitude] excesivamente desenvuelto, de gran desparpajo; [color] chillón
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    • A noisy, brash American, he never knew he was beaten and gave absolutely everything on every point of every game, no matter how apparently hopeless the cause.
    • For me, Australians are too brash, too cocky, too shallow and too plentiful.
    • Some teenagers are rude, brash and nasty; some are not.
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    • The piano was transformed from gentle intimacy to huge, brash vulgarity.
    • It's quite brash and flashy, so I'm sure it will be worth exploring.
    • Paris is mostly familiar to Shanghainese from the movies, no doubt appearing sophisticated and genteel in comparison to the brash cityscape mushrooming around them.

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