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shoot off one's mouth

  • 1 shoot off one's mouth

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    1)

    I had never heard him shooting off his mouth on subjects he knew nothing about — Я никогда не слышал, чтобы он разглагольствовал на темы, в которых не разбирается

    2)

    He was heard shooting off his mouth about the firm's know-how — Люди слышали, как он разбалтывал технические секреты своей фирмы

    I don't think you ought to go around shooting off your mouth about that — Я не думаю, что тебе следует болтать об этом с каждым встречным

    3)

    He likes to shoot off his mouth about what a great guy he is — Он мастер заливать, какой он славный парень

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  • 2 shoot off one's mouth

       paзг.-фaм.
       тpeпaтьcя, тpeпaть языкoм [пepвoнaч. aмep.]
        Oh, he's something of a demagogue... he shoots off his mouth a lot about how he'll jack up the income tax and grab the banks, but he won't (S. Lewis). Barley was sitting at the bar... He was perched an a stool and shouting his mouth off about human nature... to a drink-sodden... major of artillery named Graves (J. le Carre)

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  • 3 shoot off one's mouth

    inf растрезвонить; сболтнуть лишнее; трепаться

    The soldier had been heard shooting his mouth off about the camp's defence system.

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  • 4 shoot off (one's) mouth

    Сленг: выдавать тайну, открывать "хавало", разговаривать (особенно впустую), хвастать, беседовать, выдавать чужой секрет, говорить обидные для других вещи, заявлять безапелляционно, не считаясь с мнением других

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  • 5 shoot off mouth

    1) Общая лексика: болтать, трепать языком, трепаться
    2) Сленг: (one's) выдавать тайну, (one's) открывать "хавало", (one's) разговаривать (особенно впустую), (one's) хвастать, (one's) беседовать, (one's) выдавать чужой секрет, (one's) говорить обидные для других вещи, (one's) заявлять безапелляционно, не считаясь с мнением других

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь

См. также в других словарях:

  • shoot\ off\ one's\ mouth — • shoot off one s mouth • shoot off one s face v. phr. slang To give opinions without knowing all the facts; talk as if you know everything. Tom has never been to Florida, but he s always shooting his mouth off about how superior Florida is to… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • shoot off one's mouth — or[shoot off one s face] {v. phr.}, {slang} To give opinions without knowing all the facts; talk as if you know everything. * /Tom has never been to Florida, but he s always shooting his mouth off about how superior Florida is to California./ *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • shoot off one's mouth — or[shoot off one s face] {v. phr.}, {slang} To give opinions without knowing all the facts; talk as if you know everything. * /Tom has never been to Florida, but he s always shooting his mouth off about how superior Florida is to California./ *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • shoot off one's mouth — phrasal or shoot off one s face : to talk freely often abusively regardless of the effect …   Useful english dictionary

  • shoot off one's mouth — (Roget s IV) v. Syn. brag, bluster, blabber; see boast 1 , say , yell …   English dictionary for students

  • shoot off one's mouth — chatter, talk nonsense, speak about trivial matters …   English contemporary dictionary

  • shoot off one's mouth or face — idi shoot off one s mouth or face, Slang. a) to talk indiscreetly, make thoughtless remarks, etc b) to exaggerate; brag …   From formal English to slang

  • shoot\ off\ one's\ face — • shoot off one s mouth • shoot off one s face v. phr. slang To give opinions without knowing all the facts; talk as if you know everything. Tom has never been to Florida, but he s always shooting his mouth off about how superior Florida is to… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • shoot off one's face — phrasal see shoot off one s mouth …   Useful english dictionary

  • shoot off — intransitive verb 1. : to participate in a shoot off 2. : to talk too freely or unwisely : shoot off one s mouth shot off in Spain about atomic bombs Drew Pearson * * * shoot off 1. To discharge a gun 2. To begin 3 …   Useful english dictionary

  • shoot one's mouth off — ► shoot one s mouth off informal talk boastfully or indiscreetly. Main Entry: ↑shoot …   English terms dictionary


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