adj.自夸的 (bragging, conceited)
When telling of her success, Mary tried not to be boastful.
He boasted about the big fish he had caught.
vt.夸张(boast, talk big)
Sue bragged that she could eat an entire pie in two minutes.
v.夸大，夸张 (overstate, overemphasize)
Bill exaggerates every story he tells his friends.
vt.传达 vi. 通信；交流
Mary communicated the news as tactfully as she could.
Father is annoyed that his daughter consorts with all kinds of strange people.
Jane saved all of her grandmother's correspondence.
vt.散布，传播 (disperse, distribute, spread, impart)
The public relations department disseminates information.
vt.给予；传递 (disseminate)；告诉 (inform)
A teacher's job is mainly imparting knowledge to students.