Portuguese translation of 'flaunt'
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Example Sentences Including 'flaunt'
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It's considered gauche to flaunt your wealth.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Barely a day goes by without a picture of the N-Dubz singer frolicking in the sea or flaunting her curves in yet another bikini.The Sun (2012)
But are women ready to flaunt their curves in the way these Jeans force them to?Times, Sunday Times (2013)
But it is not to flaunt wealth that we are driving these cars.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
But now it's time to flaunt the curves.The Sun (2009)
But they will not be bought by those looking to flaunt their wealth.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
But will flaunting her curves be enough to save her or will she be out on her ear tonight?The Sun (2009)
HERE'S BEYONCE flaunting her famous curves in a figure-hugging gold dress while filming a video for her upcoming tour.The Sun (2009)
If she wears expensive clothes, she is criticised for flaunting her wealth.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
LOOK through any women's mag today and it will be packed full of celebs flaunting fit figures and toned abs.The Sun (2015)
Male viewers will no doubt be keen on the idea as she would get the chance to flaunt her famous curves in the obligatory jungle bikinis.The Sun (2012)
She flaunted her curves in a low-cut sparkly frock and beamed for snappers.The Sun (2011)
Who can forget the sight of him flaunting his wealth by setting fire to $100 bills?The Sun (2011)
But he doesn't flaunt his wealth.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
In the 1920s when a woman wanted to flaunt her modernity she took to smoking in public or bobbed her hair.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The 40-year-old former telly host flaunted her fabulous figure as she soaked up the sun in Dubai.The Sun (2015)
The Canadian pop star flaunted his impressively toned bod in skintight wetsuit bottoms while hitting the beach on holiday in Hawaii.The Sun (2015)
The positioning so close to their offices made it seem that it was being flaunted in front of them.The Sun (2014)
The reality TV star flaunted her amazing assets in a floral bikini as she showered by a swimming pool in Majorca.The Sun (2013)
The use of gladiators became a way for the rich to flaunt their wealth and power?Times, Sunday Times (2011)
You don't flaunt your wealth in a courtroom.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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British English: flaunt VERB
If you say that someone flaunts their possessions, abilities, or qualities, you mean that they display them in a very obvious way.
They drove around in flash cars, openly flaunting their wealth.
Translation of flaunt from the Collins English to Portuguese