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flamboyant

  
   adj  
[person, behaviour, style]  
extravagante  
[clothes, colour]  
vistoso, llamativo  
he's a flamboyant dresser      viste con mucha extravagancia  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
he's a flamboyant dresser exp.
viste con mucha extravagancia

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'flamboyant' found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
exp.
flamboyant Gothic style
exp.
you've got such a showy {o} flamboyant way of speaking
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"flamboyant": examples and translations in context
This lawsuit merely represents a flamboyant attempt to showcase antiwar sentiment. Esta demanda sólo representa un intento extravagante... para exhibir una opinión antibélica.
What, I'm a flamboyant Hollywood producer. ¿Qué, yo soy un extravagante productor de Hollywood.
The main door, attributed to Hernán Ruiz I, is flamboyant Gothic style. La portada principal, atribuida a Hernán Ruiz I, es de estilo gótico flamígero.
He's just a little flamboyant. Es sólo que es un poco llamativo.
Everything they do is so dramatic and flamboyant. Todo lo que hace es tan dramático y llamativo.
Robinson foregoing his usual flamboyant victory lap. Robinson hace su usual extravagante vuelta de la victoria.
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