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I commend her for the immense bravery she has shown throughout the investigation. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Maybe your little one has done something special, shown exceptional bravery or just been extra nice this year. The Sun (2016)Fry stood firm, stirring his men by example; he showed outstanding bravery and resolution. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Not only for his bravery and courage, but also for his charity work since leaving the RAF. The Sun (2017)To come and share their experience with us shows great bravery and character. The Sun (2012)We remember the incredible bravery of those men and women. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Two teachers at the cinema showed amazing bravery. The Sun (2015)We just need to show a bit more courage and bravery to make things happen. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Police praised the bravery of members of the public who had stopped the pair. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This book deserves a medal for bravery. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It has also observed examples of great bravery and of selflessness. The Prisons We Deserve (1994)My players have an incredible sense of bravery and belief. The Sun (2013)This medal was given to soldiers who had shown bravery on the battlefield. The Sun (2014)Many more received other major awards for bravery in battle. Earthly Powers: Religion and Politics in Europe from the Enlightenment to the Great War (2005)The example of her courage and bravery is a lesson to us all. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The models who let them loose on their locks deserve a medal for bravery. The Sun (2014)It recognises the incredible acts of bravery by courageous members of our armed forces. The Sun (2009)He showed bravery in returning after four knee operations and left with dignity yesterday. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Making awards for bravery is an imprecise science. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Those who had worked with him said that his insouciance belied great bravery in the face of danger. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The police praised victims' bravery for reporting the crimes. The Sun (2016)You may need to find courage and bravery to go into what may be uncharted seas and no book can give you that. Life Without Work (1994)Instead of attacking her, they ought to praise her bravery in speaking out. The Sun (2015)
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British English: bravery /ˈbreɪvərɪ/ NOUN
Bravery is brave behaviour or the quality of being brave.
He deserves the highest praise for his bravery.
- American English: bravery
- Arabic: شَجاعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: valentia
- Chinese: 勇敢
- Croatian: hrabrost
- Czech: odvaha
- Danish: tapperhed
- Dutch: moed
- European Spanish: valor valentía
- Finnish: urheus
- French: bravoure
- German: Tapferkeit
- Greek: γενναιότητα
- Italian: coraggio
- Japanese: 勇敢
- Korean: 용기
- Norwegian: mot
- Polish: dzielność
- European Portuguese: valentia
- Romanian: bravură
- Russian: бесстрашие
- Spanish: valor valentía
- Swedish: mod
- Thai: ความกล้าหาญ
- Turkish: cesaret
- Ukrainian: хоробрість
- Vietnamese: sự can đảm
Definition of bravery from the Collins English Dictionary
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