English translation of 'Angeber'
Angeber[ˈanɡeː-]Word forms: Angeberin
masculine noun or feminine noun
(= Prahler) show-off
(esp durch Reden) bragger
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British English: show-off /ˈʃəʊɒf/ NOUN
If you say that someone is a show-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.
I was an awful show-off as a child.
- American English: show-off
- Arabic: مُتَفَاخِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: exibicionista
- Chinese: 爱卖弄的人
- Croatian: razmetljivac
- Czech: vejtaha
- Danish: pralhals
- Dutch: uitslover
- European Spanish: fanfarrón
- Finnish: leveilijä
- French: frimeur
- German: Angeber
- Greek: φιγούρα επίδειξη
- Italian: ostentazione
- Japanese: 見せびらかし
- Korean: 과시
- Norwegian: skrytepave
- Polish: pozer
- European Portuguese: exibicionista
- Romanian: lăudăros
- Russian: хвастун
- Latin American Spanish: fanfarrón
- Swedish: skrytmåns
- Thai: คนที่ชอบโอ้อวด
- Turkish: gösteriş
- Ukrainian: хизування
- Vietnamese: kẻ phô trương
Translation of Angeber from the Collins German to English
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