I presume he's the loser.
No friend of yours, I presume
Presume is a verb that means to suppose, to take for granted, or to dare. presume is usually used when you suppose based on probability
Don't presume to tell me how to raise my children!
May I presume to tell you that you are wrong?
I will not presume to give an opinion.
I presume (that) they're not coming, since they haven't replied to the invitation.
I presume that you've done your homework.
"I presumed that the man had been escorted from the building"
Don't presume you are going to get the job promotion. It might go to Harry instead.
I presume that you must have a good job.
I would not presume to say whether or not this summit was historic: that is for the future to tell us.
I shouldn't presume anything, but I have it from a good source
His wife had presumed him dead and was living with another man.
Woe to those who presume that they are destined to ‘enlighten’ others, not themselves!
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2. show off
I'm going to wear my new necklace to school so I can show off to my friends.
to attract the eye of the customer and show off the goods to their best advantage.
You always show off at parties.
The main reason they formed the band was to show off in front of the girls at school.
I couldn't wait to show off my new ring
You don't have to show off to impress me.
John likes to show off his sports car.
she always show off with their money
She's bringing her daughter to show off her musical skills.
Just because he's rich, it doesn't mean he must show off so much.
English word "presumir"(show off) occurs in sets:snide - Traducción al español - ejemplos inglés | ...Basic verbs - Verbos básicosphrasal verbs