хвастовство; хвастун ;
хвастаться; хвастать; похвастать; бахвалиться; кичиться
- And certainly not Rod, who likes to brag about his off-the-job exploits at the meat factory where he works.
- Get angry about this bully, this cheap punk, this yob who reckons that you are a soft option; this hooligan who scouts the streets for weaker victims, who wants to beat you senseless so that he can brag about it to his beer-swilling pals in the local pub.
- If we wanted to play a game that is not rough we could stick to bridge or three-card brag.
- There's no better inspiration for shrugging off slothfulness than Glen Shiel, which rewards with such a high score of tops and something worthwhile to brag about to those who spent Saturday and Sunday vacuuming the car with a cordless hoover.
- He imbibed too much, too often and too frequently and, when in his cups, was included to brag and boast.
- The brag lives in rivers or lakes and the object of all his eccentric ploys is to lure an unwary passer-by into the water for amusement.
- The immediate outcome was that I now had someone to take me around, and I used to brag a bit about "my" Corporal.
- After a few hits most brag that they can compete (Britain's Goldcrest is a famous example) and then find that one big failure ("Revolution") destroys them.
- Immodest, she will brag about pressures she faces.
- We were respectable Home Counties middle class, but nothing special, nothing to brag about.
- Yet this America gave the world hip hop: arts which brag that ghetto values can equal their middle class opposites; music which takes pride in the language of the marginal.
- Not only was he a very good all-round ace with playing-cards, specifically at the popular games of the evening, pontoon, brag, and poker, but an added sideline of his was the large money-box placed on the centre of the table.