big talk

big talk
exaggeration; bragging.
[1855-60, Amer.]

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  • big talk — Synonyms and related words: Barnumism, affectation, aggrandizement, amplification, ballyhoo, bedizenment, blowing up, bullshit, bunk, bunkum, burlesque, caricature, convolution, dilatation, dilation, enhancement, enlargement, exaggerating,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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  • big talk — noun : boastful talk : bluster * * * Informal. exaggeration; bragging. [1855 60, Amer.] …   Useful english dictionary

  • big talk — boasting, bluster, bragging …   English contemporary dictionary

  • talk — [tôk] vi. [ME talken (akin to Fris, to chatter), prob. freq. based on OE talian, to reckon, akin to talu,TALE] 1. a) to put ideas into, or exchange ideas by, spoken words; speak; converse b) to express something in words; make a statement (of, on …   English World dictionary

  • big — [big] adj. bigger, biggest [ME < Gmc * bugja, swollen up, thick (> BUG2 & Norw dial. bugge, big man) < IE base * beu , * bheu , to blow up, swell > PUCK2, L bucca, puffed cheek] 1. a) of great size, extent, or capacity; large …   English World dictionary

  • talk — I n. address, lecture 1) to give a talk 2) a pep; sales talk 3) a talk about, on (she gave an interesting talk on bringing up children) conversation chatter 4) to have a talk (with) 5) blunt, plain; idle, small; loose; table talk 6) a long talk… …   Combinatory dictionary

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