гордо развеваться; рисоваться; выставлять себя напоказ; выставлять напоказ; важничать; щеголять; пренебрегать; реять
- This aptly describes the houses in this book, which were built on the whole by country gentry, tradesmen and clergymen, on a moderate scale, rather than by the aristocracy, who liked to flaunt their aesthetic views and show how cultivated they were on a much larger one.
- Job screeners later said Roscoe, 55, seemed to flaunt his lack of technical knowledge.
- Nobody questioned her right to flaunt her way of life.
- Desiring to flaunt his new found riches he did not want to be seen owning the house which lies behind - a rambling hotchpotch of roof lines and gables which evolved over centuries.
- If you can afford to pay 34,450, then flaunt it and enjoy it, because it's got what the others haven't - image and class.
- Hennes want you to flaunt your underwear this spring.
- In contrast, other writers abandon all pretence of detached objectivity and deliberately flaunt their presence, thereby foregrounding the subjective nature of their narrative.
- A grudge against the "flaunt it" Reagan and Thatcher years is in the air.
- The women had nothing to do but flaunt their prosperity.
- Some, like the stonefish, are inconspicuous, while others flaunt their chemical power by sailing around in bright colours that dare you to touch them.
- On Ollokot's left, Wahlitits, Red Moccasin Tops and Strong Eagle (Tipyahlahnah Kapskaps), all wearing red blanket coats to flaunt their bravery, broke the soldier line.
- When they went out women would flaunt the prosperity of their families.
- In such a competition, the right to display or flaunt the symbols of one's own culture, even when it was almost certain to provoke a violent response from the other side, was a crucial right.
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