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if you've got it, flaunt it

If you possess some trait or attribute, you should use it or display it with pride and to your advantage. Girl, don't you dare wear that oversized T-shirt to the pool party. If you've got it, flaunt it! Forget about the sober atmosphere where you work. Your quick wit can only be an asset in the office. If you've got it, flaunt it!
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if you’ve ˌgot it, ˈflaunt it

(humorous, saying) used to tell somebody that they should not be afraid of allowing other people to see their qualities and abilities: Don’t worry about what other people think! As my grandmother always used to say, ‘if you’ve got it, flaunt it’!
Flaunt means to show something that you are proud of to other people, in order to impress them.
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Malcolm Vegg, sales and marketing manager, said: "Nell, with her 32E bust, her good looks and bubbly personality, is exactly the sort of girl we have designed these bras for - someone who is not afraid to flaunt her assets.
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Whereas men often display luxury products to the opposite sex, women often seek to flaunt expensive possessions to the same sex," the authors said.
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Nongays can and do publicly flaunt their affection for one another when and wherever they please without being pestered, humiliated, or harmed.
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Saddam Hussein has flaunted and continues to flaunt not one but nearly 20 UN resolutions.
But Prince Philip thinks Charles would flaunt Camilla there and it would be disrespectful to the Queen Mother's memory.
Unless the employee went out of his way to flaunt his homosexuality, how would the customers know about it?
Just as you shouldn't flaunt your money, you shouldn't make it look like you just stopped off at the executive mansion to build credentials and make contacts for future influence-peddling.
Composed of sodium atoms, the tail stretches some 50 million kilometers in length and 60,000 km in width and is distinct from the familiar dust and ion tails that Hale-Bopp and other comets flaunt when they near the sun.
The contest invites homeowners and gourmet cooks across the country to flaunt their kitchens, whether a new one-of-a-kind design, a recently renovated work of art or a well maintained and much loved family haven.
I know he has more money than us, but there's no need to flaunt it.
London, July 11 ( ANI ): Beyonce's previously unpublished pictures have graced the cover of Flaunt magazine that shows her covered in nothing but gold glitter paint.
Well what about the migrants who flaunt the laws of the EU to settle here or radical Muslim Abu Qatada?