English translation of साहस
साहसPowered by COBUILD /sahasa/
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mn/sahasa, sAhasa, saahasa, sāhas, sahsa, sAhsa, saahsa, sāhs, sahas, sAhas, saahas, sahs, sAhs, saahs/
1. audacity /ɔːˈdæsɪti ऑˈडैसिटी/ uncountable noun ⇒ He had the audacity to make a 200-1 bet on himself to win.
2. courage uncountable noun
Courage is the quality shown by someone who does something difficult or dangerous, even though they may be afraid. ⇒ The girl had the courage to tell the police.
3. daring uncountable noun
Daring is the courage to do things which might be dangerous or shocking. ⇒ His dancing in the big love scenes is full of daring.
4. grit uncountable noun
If you say that someone has grit, you mean that they have determination and courage. ⇒ She has the grit to hang on when things go wrong.
5. gut uncountable noun
Guts is courage. [informal] ⇒ The new Chancellor has the guts to push through unpopular tax increases.
6. heroism uncountable noun
Heroism is great courage and bravery. ⇒ ...acts of heroism.
7. nerve plural noun
If you talk about someone's nerves, you mean their ability to remain calm and not become worried in a stressful situation. ⇒ A cup of tea calmed my nerves.
8. nerve uncountable noun
Nerve is the courage you need to do something difficult or dangerous. ⇒ I don't have the nerve to talk to him.
9. spirit uncountable noun
Spirit is courage, determination, and energy that someone shows during difficult times. ⇒ Everyone who knew her admired her spirit.
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Translation of साहस from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary