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bold
courageous
gallant
heroic
valiant

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faint-hearted
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词组、短语、俚语及习惯用语
• brave it
大摇大摆。满不在乎。
• brave it out
拼到底。


brave

brave的音标和读音:
DJ音标发音: [breiv]
KK音标发音: [brev]

brave的词性:
adj.(形容词)

braverbravest

1. Possessing or displaying courage; valiant.
勇敢的:具有或显出勇气的;勇敢的

2. Making a fine display; impressive or showy:
华丽的;令人难忘的或艳丽的:

用法与例句:

“a coat of brave red lipstick on a mouth so wrinkled that it didn't even have a clear outline”(Anne Tyler)
“涂在皱得几乎没有清晰轮廓的嘴上的一层艳红色唇膏”(安妮·泰勒)

3. Excellent; great:
优秀的;伟大的:

用法与例句:

“The Romans were like brothers/In the brave days of old”(Macaulay)
“罗马人情同手足/在旧时的伟大岁月里”(麦考利)

brave的词性:
n.(名词)

4. A Native American warrior.
土著的美洲战士

5. A courageous person.
勇敢的人

6. Archaic A bully.
【古语】 暴徒

brave的词性:
v.(动词)

bravedbravingbraves

brave的词性:
v.tr.(及物动词)

7. To undergo or face courageously.
勇敢地从事或面对

8. To challenge; dare:
挑战;敢于:

用法与例句:

“Together they would brave Satan and all his legions”(Emily Bront?)
“联合起来,他们就敢于挑战撒旦及其所有军团”(艾米利·勃朗特)

9. Obsolete To make showy or splendid.
【废语】 使艳丽或辉煌

brave的词性:
v.intr.Archaic (不及物动词)【古语】

10. To make a courageous show or to put up a stalwart front.
做勇敢状或建起一道坚固的前线

brave的词源:

11. Middle English
中古英语

12. from Old French
源自 古法语

13. from Old Italian
源自 古意大利语

14. or Old Spanish bravo [wild, brave, excellent]
或 古西班牙语 bravo [粗野的,勇敢的,优秀的]

15. probably from Vulgar Latin *brabus
可能源自 俗拉丁语 *brabus

16. from Latin barbarus * see barbarous
源自 拉丁语 barbarus *参见 barbarous

brave的词性:
adv.(副词)

brave的词性:
n.(名词)

【近义词】

bravecourageousfearlessintrepidboldaudaciousvaliantvalorousdoughtymettlesomepluckydauntlessundaunted

17. These adjectives all mean having or showing courage under difficult or dangerous conditions.
这些形容词意思都是在艰难或危险的情况下显示出勇气。

18. Brave, the least specific, is frequently associated with an innate quality:
Brave 含义范围最广,常与内在气质关联:

用法与例句:

“Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver, but less daring” (Herman Melville).
“熟悉危险使勇士更勇敢,但减少了鲁莽” (赫尔曼·麦维尔)。

19. Courageous implies an act of consciously rising to a specific test by drawing on a reserve of inner strength:
Courages 隐含着一个调动积蓄的内在力量而有意识地挺身而出面对某种考验的行为:

用法与例句:

The young platoon leader set a courageous example for his soldiers by leading them safely into and out of jungle territory held by the enemy.
年轻的排长带领士兵安全出入敌军控制的丛林地带,为他们树立了一个勇敢的榜样。

20. Fearless emphasizes absence of fear and resolute self-possession:
Fearless 强调无所畏惧和绝对冷静:

用法与例句:

“world-class [boating] races for fearless loners willing to face the distinct possibility of being run down, dismasted, capsized, attacked by whales” (Jo Ann Morse Ridley).
“为愿意独自面对撞沉、折断桅杆、倾覆和被鲸攻击的明显可能性的无畏者而举行的世界级 比赛” (约·安·莫尔斯·里德利)。

21. Intrepid sometimes suggests invulnerability to fear:
Intrepid 有时指不为惧怕所动:

用法与例句:

Intrepid pioneers settled the American West.
无所畏惧的先驱者们在美国西部定居。

22. Bold stresses not only readiness to meet danger or difficulty but often also a tendency to seek it out:
Bold 不仅强调乐于面对危险同时也常指找出危险所在的一种倾向:

用法与例句:

“If we shrink from the hard contests where men must win at the hazard of their lives . . . then bolder and stronger peoples will pass us by” (Theodore Roosevelt).
“如果我们从激烈对抗面前退缩,此种对抗是人们生活中的必须战胜险境…那么大胆而顽强的人们将不再理会我们” (西奥多·罗斯福)。

23. Audacious implies extreme confidence and boldness:
Andacious 隐含极度信心和大胆:

用法与例句:

“To demand these God-given rights is to seek black power—what I call audacious power” (Adam Clayton Powell, Jr.).
“渴求天赋人权就是要得到黑人的权利——我把它称为大胆的权利” (小亚当·克莱登·鲍威尔)。

24. Valiant, said principally of persons, suggests the bravery of a hero or a heroine:
Valiant 主要指人,说明英雄或女英雄的勇敢:

用法与例句:

“a sympathetic and detailed biography that sees Hemingway as a valiant and moral man” (New York Times).
“一本富有同情心和情节详细的传记,它说明海明威是一个勇敢的和有道德的人” (纽约时报)。

25. Valorous applies to the deeds of heros and heroines:
Valorous 用于描述英雄或女英雄的事迹:

用法与例句:

“Her passengers, the other hostages, will never forget her calm, confident, valorous work” (William W. Bradley).
“她的乘客,其他人质,永远不会忘记她冷静的、自信的、勇敢的举动” (威廉·W·布拉德利)。

26. Doughty, a bit old-fashioned in flavor and often used humorously, suggests stalwartness:
Doughty 在风格上有些过时,常比较幽默,说明刚强不屈:

用法与例句:

The doughty old man battled his illness with fierce determination.
坚强的老人用巨大毅力与疾病作斗争。

27. Mettlesome stresses spirit and love of challenge:
Mettlesome 着重表示挑战精神和热爱挑战:

用法与例句:

The mettlesome actress resumed her career after recovering from a stroke.
从中风恢复过来后,坚强的女演员又重新开始了她的演艺生涯。

28. Plucky emphasizes spirit and heart in the face of unfavorable odds:
Plucky 强调面对讨厌的事物时的精神或心理:

用法与例句:

“Everybody was . . . anxious to show these Belgians what England thought of their plucky little country” (H.G. Wells).
“每个人都…急于显示给比利时人看,英格兰是如何看待他们顽强的小国家的” (H.G.威尔士)。

29. Dauntless refers to courage that resists subjection or intimidation:
Dauntless 指拒绝臣服或威胁的勇气:

用法与例句:

“So faithful in love, and so dauntless in war,/ There never was knight like the young Lochinvar” (Sir Walter Scott).
“对爱情如此忠诚,对战斗如此无惧,/没有一个骑士能象年轻的洛秦瓦那样” (沃尔特·斯科特伯爵)。

30. Undaunted suggests courage and resolve that persist after being put to the test:
Undaunted 说明接受考验后所保持的勇气和决心:

用法与例句:

“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
“死亡和忧伤将陪伴我们的旅程;艰苦是我们的外衣;恒心与勇气是我们唯一的盾牌。我们必需联合起来,我们必须无所畏惧,我们必须坚强不屈” (温斯顿S·丘吉尔)参见同义词 defy