If you say that someone flaunts their possessions, abilities, or qualities, you mean that they display them in a very obvious way, especially in order to try to obtain other people's admiration.
①They drove around in Rolls-Royces, openly flaunting their wealth.
②One secret he learned very early on was not to flaunt his success.
《经济学人》一篇关于中国共产党成立一百周年的文章 Seizing the moment, cautiously 也出现了这个表达：
与“flaunt”相关的短语主要是：be flaunting themselves 招摇过市;卖弄性感;搔首弄姿 【If you say that someone is flaunting themselves, you disapprove of them because they are behaving in a very confident way, or in a way that is intended to attract sexual attention.】
She's asking for trouble, flaunting herself like that. Did you see the way Major Winston was looking at her?
这里再补充几个同义表达：peacock 作为名词可以表示：（尤指男性）骄傲自大的人，爱炫耀的人【If you describe someone, especially a man, as a peacock, you mean that they are arrogant or like dressing or behaving in a way that draws attention to themselves.】
He introduced himself as 'the leader' and strutted up and down like a peacock .
sport，作为动词可以表示“引人注目地穿戴;炫耀 ”【If you say that someone sports something such as a distinctive item of clothing, you mean that they wear it without any shyness.】
He sported a collarless jacket with pleated black panels.
If you say that a company or person cranks out a quantity of similar things, you mean they produce them quickly, in the same way, and are usually implying that the things are not original or are of poor quality.
①In 1933 the studio cranked out fifty-five feature films.
②The writer must have cranked it out in his lunch-hour.
《经济学人》一篇关于地缘政治与芯片之争的文章 Betting all the chips 也出现了这个表达：
这里再补充一个外刊中跟它意思很近的短语：churn out 快速生产;大量生产 【To churn out something means to produce large quantities of it very quickly.】
He began to churn out literary compositions in English.
《经济学人》一篇关于中国青年的文章 Generation Xi 也出现了这个表达：
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