swagger

US [ˈswæɡər]
UK [ˈswæɡə(r)]
  • n.大摇大摆;神气十足
  • v.神气十足地走;大摇大摆地走
  • adj.〈口〉漂亮的
  • Web虚张声势;昂首阔步;吹牛
Simple Present:swaggers  Present Participle:swaggering  Past Tense:swaggered  
swagger
v.
1.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
神气十足地走;大摇大摆地走to walk in an extremely proud and confident way
n.
1.
[sing]
神气十足;大摇大摆a way of walking or behaving that seems too confident

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