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    blowing hot air

    the title "Giants Blowing Hot Air" in Giants Blowing Hot Air - www.football.com


    Could you explain the meaning of "blowing hot air"? Thanks~

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    Re: blowing hot air

    Hi! I'm not a teacher.

    Hot air is an idiom, which means brag; empty, exaggerated talk. Here's the definition from the Cambridge Dictionary.

    hot air INFORMAL
    If something that someone says is hot air, it is not sincere and will have no practical results:

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