brag /ˈbræg/ verb brags; bragged; brag·ging
: to talk about yourself, your achievements, your family, etc., in a way that shows too much pride [no obj] ▪ After winning the race, she couldn't stop bragging. ▪ “I don't mean to brag,” he said, “but I'm an excellent cook.” — often + about ▪ She bragged about winning the race. ▪ They're always bragging about their son's accomplishments. [+ obj] ▪ He bragged that his daughter was the best student in her class. ▪ “I'm the fastest runner on the team,” she bragged.