I really want to flaunt it to the world now.
The United States carries out military drills there, and used its aircraft carriers to flaunt its military power.
Sometimes, people who prefer strutting their talent are disgusting.
He was strutting the street, just like a peacock.
The peacock displayed its fine tail feathers.
The old man is displaying his erudition again.
The little boy displays his trophies to his elder brother, and hopes to be praised.
She is parading the classroom in her new skirt.
Dressed in jewelry, the lady is parading the street.
The diamonds dazzle in the sunlight.
Maybe it is necessary to our country to show off the military power before other countries.
4. Show off：炫耀，卖弄
I don’t think he has something deserved to show off.
There is no need to show off your unimpressive complement.
5. Play the peacock：炫耀自己，沾沾自喜
If you play the peacock for your grade now, you won’t succeed.
A vainglorious woman often plays the peacock in public.
6. Make a display of：夸耀
Make a show of oneself：炫耀自己
A real rich man won’t make a display of his wealth.
Zoe doesn’t like to make a show of herself before strangers.