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fan·fa·rrón  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: fanfarrones
Feminine: fanfarrona
Plural and Feminine: fanfarronas
  1. Translate "fanfarrón" to English: boaster, blowhard, blowoff, bluffer, blusterer, blustering person, boastful person, boasting person, braggart, bragger, four-flusher, fourflusher, gascon, line-shooter, show-off, braggadocio, crapper, paper tiger, swaggerer, swank, swanker, vaunter
    Spanish Synonyms of "fanfarrón": aparentador, blasonador, bocón, charlatán, farsante, jactancioso
    Define meaning of "fanfarrón": Que presume con arrogancia de ser lo que no es.

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fanfarrón  Adjective
  1. Translate "fanfarrón" to English: boastful, arrogant, boasting, vain, braggart, bragging, conceited, ostentatious, presumptuous, blow-hard, blowhard, braggadocian, rhodomontade, rodomontade, spread-eagle, thrasonical
    Spanish Synonyms of "fanfarrón": arrogante, presumido, vanidoso, alabancioso, bravucón, jactancioso, presuntuoso, avalentonado
    Define meaning of "fanfarrón": Que presume con arrogancia de ser lo que no es.

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