Portuguese translation of 'show-off '
(person) exibicionista m, f, faroleiro(‑a)
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Example Sentences Including 'show-off '
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"I am so angry, I am shaking, thinking of poor little Daniel, trying so hard to please his big, handsome, show-off father.AN OLDER WOMAN (2001)
Whatever the reason, the ceremonial uniforms were gorgeous, and Tristan wore his with the confidence of one born to show-off.TREASON KEEP (2001)
He was a show-off, determined that everyone sharing the same bit of road as him would see he was a big man with a flashy Jag.DEAD BEAT (2001)
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'show-off ' in Other Languages
British English: show off /ʃəʊ ɒf/ VERB
If you say that someone is showing off, you are criticizing them for trying to impress people by showing in a very obvious way what they can do or what they own.
All right, there's no need to show off.
- American English: show off
- Arabic: يَفْتَخِرُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: exibir-se
- Chinese: 炫耀
- Croatian: razmetati se
- Czech: vychloubat se
- Danish: prale
- Dutch: opscheppen
- European Spanish: presumir
- Finnish: leveillä
- French: exhiber
- German: angeben prahlen
- Greek: κάνω φιγούρα
- Italian: ostentare
- Japanese: 見せびらかす
- Korean: 과시하다
- Norwegian: vise seg
- Polish: popisać się
- European Portuguese: exibir-se
- Romanian: a se făli cu
- Russian: рисоваться
- Spanish: presumir
- Swedish: skryta
- Thai: ทำตัวเด่น
- Turkish: gösteriş yapmak
- Ukrainian: хизуватися
- Vietnamese: khoe khoang
Translation of show-off from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary