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brave /breɪv/ adjective (comparative braver, superlative bravest)

دلاور ، تهم ، شجاع ، دلیرانه ، عالی ، بادلیری و رشادت باامری مواجه شدن ، اراستن ، لافزدن ، بالیدن ، علوم نظامی: به مبارزه طلبیدن
- courageous, bold, daring, fearless, heroic, intrepid, plucky, resolute, valiant
- confront, defy, endure, face, stand up to, suffer, tackle, withstand
Antonyms: cowardly, craven
Contrasted words: cringing, flinching, frightened, pusillanimous, scared, shrinking, timid, chickenhearted, fainthearted, lily-livered, nerveless, soft, spineless, unmanly, weakhearted, weak-kneed, yellow, avoid
Related Words: daring, defiant, gritty, hardy, mettlesome, resolute, spirited, steadfast, unapprehensive, undismayed, unflinching, unfrightened, unquailing, unshrinking, unswerving, unwincing, unyielding, venturesome, chivalrous, noble, preux, confident
English Thesaurus: brave, courageous, daring, bold, intrepid, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. brave1 S3 /breɪv/ adjective (comparative braver, superlative bravest)
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: French; Origin: Old Italian and Old Spanish bravo 'brave, wild', from Latin barbarus; barbarous]

a) dealing with danger, pain, or difficult situations with courage and confidence Synonym : courageous:
brave soldiers
her brave fight against cancer
it is brave of somebody (to do something)
It was brave of you to speak in front of all those people.
b) the brave [plural] brave people:
Today we remember the brave who died in the last war.

2. very good:
Despite their captain’s brave performance, Arsenal lost 2–1.
brave effort/attempt
the brave efforts of the medical staff to save his life

3. put on a brave face/front to pretend that you are happy when you are really very upset

4. brave new world a situation or a way of doing something that is new and exciting and meant to improve people’s lives:
the brave new world of digital television
—bravely adverb:
She smiled bravely.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. brave2 verb [transitive]

1. to deal with a difficult, dangerous, or unpleasant situation:
I decided to take the train to work rather than brave the traffic.
brave the elements/weather etc (=go out in bad weather)
More than 100 people braved the elements and attended the rally.

2. brave it out to deal bravely with something that is frightening or difficult

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. brave3 noun
[countable] a young fighting man from a Native American tribe

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERBS be, feel, seem, sound | make sb The whisky had made me brave.
ADV. exceptionally, extremely, really, terribly, very | quite | amazingly, incredibly

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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