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brave
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brave /breiv/
  • danh từ
    • chiến sĩ da đỏ
    • tính từ
      • gan dạ, can đảm, dũng cảm
      • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ), (văn học) đẹp lộng lẫy, sang trọng; hào hoa phong nhã
      • ngoại động từ
        • bất chấp, không sợ, xem khinh; đương đầu với
        • to brave it out
          • bất chấp dị nghị, cóc cần
      Concise Dictionary
      braves|braved|braving|braver|bravestbreɪv
      noun
      +a North American Indian warrior
      +people who are brave
      verb
      +face or endure with courage
      adj.
      +possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching
      +invulnerable to fear or intimidation
      +brightly colored and showy

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      adj.
      1 fearless, intrepid, bold, courageous, daring, gallant, stout, stout-hearted, valiant, valorous, stalwart, plucky, staunch, undaunted, dauntless, unafraid, unfearing, indomitable, heroic, Colloq macho; Slang gutsy:
      Despite her misgivings about her proposal, she put on a brave face in the boardroom. He was brave to face the enemy alone.
      2 fine, handsome, grand, splendid, showy, colourful, spectacular, smart:
      The colonel made a brave appearance in full Highland regalia.
      v.
      3 challenge, defy, dare; brazen (out), face, confront, encounter, meet:
      We had to brave the elements in the open boat. I had to brave my father at breakfast.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      adjective, verb, noun
      + adjective (braver, bravest)
      1 (of a person) willing to do things which are difficult, dangerous or painful; not afraid
      Synonym: COURAGEOUS
      brave men and women + Be brave! + I wasn't brave enough to tell her what I thought of her.
      2 (of an action) requiring or showing courage: a brave decision + She died after a brave fight against cancer. + He felt homesick, but made a brave attempt to appear cheerful.
      3 ~ new (sometimes ironic) new in an impressive way: a vision of a brave new Britain
      bravely adverb
      bravery noun [U]: an award for outstanding bravery + acts of skill and bravery
      Idioms: (a) brave new world a situation or society that changes in a way that is meant to improve people's lives but is often a source of extra problems: the brave new world of technology
      put on a brave face
      put a brave face on sth to pretend that you feel confident and happy when you do not: I had to put on a brave face and try to show him that I wasn't worried. + She put a brave face on her illness.
      + verb [VN] to have to deal with sth difficult or unpleasant in order to achieve sth: He did not feel up to braving the journalists at the airport. + Over a thousand people braved the elements (= went outside in spite of the bad weather) to attend the march. + The firemen braved the flames to rescue the family.
      + noun
      1 (the brave) [pl.] people who are brave: America-the land of the free and the home of the brave
      2 [C] (old-fashioned) a Native American WARRIOR
      Collocation Dictionary
      adj

      VERBS

      be, feel, seem, sound | make sb
      The whisky had made me brave.

      ADV.

      exceptionally, extremely, really, terribly, very | quite | amazingly, incredibly


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