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courage /ˈkʌrɪdʒ $ ˈkɜːr-/ noun [uncountable]


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courage
[noun]
Synonyms: bravery, daring, fearlessness, gallantry, heroism, mettle, nerve, pluck, resolution, valour
Antonyms: cowardice
Contrasted words: chickenheartedness, faintheartedness, unmanliness, yellowness, baseness, cravenness, poltroonery, pusillanimity, timidity, timorousness
Related Words: audacity, boldness, bravery, doughtiness, fearlessness, intrepidity, gallantry, heroism, valor, backbone, fortitude, grit, sand, assurance, determination, firmness, persistence, tenacity
English Thesaurus: courage, bravery, guts, herois

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

courage S3 /ˈkʌrɪdʒ $ ˈkɜːr-/ noun [uncountable]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: corage, from cuer 'heart', from Latin cor]

1. the quality of being brave when you are facing a difficult or dangerous situation, or when you are very ill ⇒ bravery Antonym : cowardice:
Sue showed great courage throughout her illness.
courage to do something
Gradually I lost the courage to speak out about anything.
He did not have the courage to tell Nicola that he was ending their affair.
summon/pluck up the courage (to do something) (=find the courage to do something)
I plucked up the courage to go out by myself.
Driving again after his accident must have taken a lot of courage (=needed courage).

2. have the courage of your (own) convictions to continue to say or do what you think is right even when other people may not agree or approve
Dutch courage

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

courage
noun
ADJ. considerable, great, outstanding, tremendous | moral, physical Caring for elderly relatives requires considerable moral courage.
VERB + COURAGE require, take It takes courage to sing in public.
have I didn't have the courage to tell him.
show | find, pluck up I finally plucked up enough courage to speak to Rachel.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

courage

have courage
She certainly has a lot of courage.
show courage
The pilot showed great skill and courage.
summon (up)/muster your courage (=make yourself feel brave)
Summoning all her courage, she got up to see what the noise was.
bolster your courage (=make it stronger)
They sang and whistled as they marched, to bolster their courage.
sb’s courage fails (=is not great enough to do something)
I was going to jump but my courage failed at the last moment.
something gives you courage (=makes you feel that you have courage)
My mother nodded, which gave me the courage to speak up.
have the courage to do something
I didn’t have the courage to say what I really thought.
find the courage to do something
You must find the courage to deal with the problem.
pluck up/screw up the courage to do something (=try to find it)
He was trying to pluck up the courage to end their relationship.
lack the courage to do something
He lacked the courage to look her full in the face.
It takes courage to do something/sth takes courage (=needs courage)
It takes courage to make a big change in your life like that.
great courage
The men had fought with great courage.
enough/sufficient courage
Harry plucked up enough courage to ask her out.
personal courage (=the courage of one particular person)
Her recovery owed a great deal to her personal courage.
moral courage (=the courage to do the right thing)
He said his faith gave him the moral courage to survive his ordeal.
physical courage (=the courage to do something physically dangerous or difficult)
It seemed strange that someone of great physical courage could be so unsure of himself in other ways.
political courage (=the courage to take risks in politics)
Do our politicians have the political courage to make unpopular decisions?

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

courage
ˈkʌrɪdʒ
See: have the courage of one's convictions , screw up one's courage

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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