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British English: brave /breɪv/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is brave is willing to do dangerous things, and does not show fear in difficult or dangerous situations.
He became an extremely brave horseman.
- American English: brave
- Arabic: شُجاع
- Brazilian Portuguese: valente
- Chinese: 勇敢的
- Croatian: hrabar
- Czech: odvážný
- Danish: tapper
- Dutch: moedig
- European Spanish: valiente
- Finnish: urhea
- French: courageux
- German: tapfer
- Greek: γενναίος
- Italian: coraggioso
- Japanese: 勇敢な
- Korean: 용감한
- Norwegian: modig
- Polish: odważny
- European Portuguese: valente
- Romanian: brav
- Russian: мужественный
- Spanish: valiente
- Swedish: modig
- Thai: กล้าหาญ
- Turkish: maceraperest
- Ukrainian: сміливий
- Vietnamese: can đảm
British English: brave VERB
If you brave unpleasant or dangerous conditions, you deliberately expose yourself to them, usually in order to achieve something.
Thousands have braved icy rain to demonstrate their support.
Definition of brave from the Collins English Dictionary
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