BRAVE NGHĨA LÀ GÌ

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brave brave (brāv) adjectivebraver, bravest1. Possessing or displaying courage; valiant. 2. Making a fine display; impressive or showy: "a coat of brave sầu red lipstiông chồng on a mouth so wrinkled that it didn"t even have sầu a clear outline" (Anne Tyler). 3. Excellent; great: "The Romans were like brothers/In the brave sầu days of old" (Macaulay). noun1. A Native American warrior. 2. A courageous person. 3. Archaic. A bully. verbbraved, braving, bravesverb, transitive1. To undergo or face courageously. 2. To challenge; dare: "Together they would brave sầu Sarã và all his legions" (Emily Brontë). 3. Obsolete. To make showy or splendid. verb, intransitiveArchaic.To make a courageous show or lớn put up a stalwart front. braveʹly adverb braveʹness nounSynonyms: brave sầu, courageous, fearless, intrepid, bold, audacious, valiant, valorous, doughty, mettlesome, plucky, dauntless, undaunted. These adjectives all mean having or showing courage under difficult or dangerous conditions. Brave sầu, the least specific, is frequently associated with an innate quality: "Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver, but less daring" (Herman Melville). Courageous implies an act of consciously rising khổng lồ a specific kiểm tra by drawing on a reserve sầu of inner strength: The young platoon leader mix a courageous example for his soldiers by leading them safely inlớn & out of jungle territory held by the enemy. Fearless emphasizes absence of fear and resolute self-possession: "world-classraces for fearless loners willing to face the distinct possibility of being run down, dismasted, capsized, attacked by whales" (Jo Ann Morse Ridley). Intrepid sometimes suggests invulnerability to lớn fear: Intrepid pioneers settled the American West. Bold stresses not only readiness khổng lồ meet danger or difficulty but often also a tendency lớn seek it out: "If we shrink from the hard contests where men must win at the hazard of their lives . . . then bolder và stronger peoples will pass us by" (Theodore Roosevelt). Audacious implies extreme confidence và boldness: "To demvà these God-given rights is lớn seek blaông chồng powerwhat I điện thoại tư vấn audacious power" (Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.). Valiant, said principally of persons, suggests the bravery of a nhân vật or a heroine: "a sympathetic và detailed biography that sees Hemingway as a valiant & moral man" (Thủ đô New York Times). Valorous applies to lớn the deeds of heros và heroines: "Her passengers, the other hostages, will never forget her calm, confident, valorous work" (William W. Bradley). Doughty, a bit old-fashioned in flavor và often used humorously, suggests stalwartness: The doughty old man battled his illness with fierce determination. Mettlesome stresses spirit & love of challenge: The mettlesome actress resumed her career after recovering from a stroke. Plucky emphasizes spirit & heart in the face of unfavorable odds: "Everybody was . . . anxious to show these Belgians what England thought of their plucky little country" (H.G. Wells). Dauntless refers to lớn courage that resists subjection or intimidation: "So faithful in love sầu, & so dauntless in war,/There never was knight like the young Lochinvar" (Sir Walter Scott). Undaunted suggests courage & resolve sầu that persist after being put to the test: "Death and sorrow will be the companions of our journey; hardship our garment; constancy and valor our only shield. We must be united, we must be undaunted, we must be inflexible" (Winston S. Churchill). See also synonyms at defy.


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bravebrave(adj) courageous, valiant, heroic, bold, daring, fearless, pluckyantonym: cowardlybrave(v) defy, face, stvà up to, confront, take on, bear, endure, sufferantonym: shrink