Translation of flaunt in Spanish:

flaunt

Pronunciation: /flɔːnt/

vt

  • [money/possessions] hacer* ostentación or alarde de; [knowledge] alardear de, hacer* alarde de to flaunt oneself exhibirse
    More example sentences
    • We are eager to flaunt every new gadget we buy but are yet to learn the basic rules to be followed while using it.
    • It is not just about owning the painting and flaunting it but more about displaying it with style and the right interiors.
    • Smart lads, they hadn't flaunted the loot, bragged about the heist, or written a rap song memorializing the event.

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