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In healthy people the brain sends these messages to the limbs through nerves in the spinal cord. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It has clearly touched a financial nerve. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And you have the cool nerves and ability to recall facts that helps you to perform well in tests. The Sun (2016)After three bad years, that would require nerves of steel. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The anxiety and nerves from the fans, does that become part of it? Times, Sunday Times (2016)The fans' nerves transmitted to the players. Times, Sunday Times (2016)So it will need nerves of steel to bet on a record for the year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Other parents came up afterwards to compliment her nerve and ability. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They then use his own optic nerves to transmit messages to the brain. The Sun (2009)This led to continued research into nerve gases as potential pesticides. Lashford, Stephanie The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food (1988)These have not shown that any patch of the wall is especially well supplied with nerve endings. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Supporting either of these teams this season must strain both nerves and intelligence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The synthetic alcohol works on the nerves in the brain that make people feel relaxed. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The smoke and shouting were enough to shake nerves of steel. Arthur Conan Doyle The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892)He is possessed of courage and nerve. Times, Sunday Times (2007)That really touched a nerve in me. Christianity Today (2000)You have nerves running from the brain to the spinal cord and another nerve that goes to the muscle. The Sun (2012)It's all down to anxiety and nerves. The Sun (2011)They feel it's just a nerve thing and that it should be banned. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This is the unlikely nerve centre of the company's push into military training. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It can also damage nerves in the face, which can lead to blindness. The Sun (2015)

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Inglês Britânico: nerve /nɜːv/ NOUN
in body Nerves are long thin fibres that transmit messages between your brain and other parts of your body.
...pain from a damaged nerve.
  • Inglês Americano: nerve to/from brain
  • Árabe: عَصَبٌ
  • Português Brasileiro: nervo
  • Chinês: 神经
  • Croata: živac
  • Tcheco: nerv
  • Dinamarquês: nerve
  • Holandês: zenuw van/naar hersenen
  • Espanhol Europeu: nervio
  • Finlandês: hermo
  • Francês: nerf
  • Alemão: Nerv
  • Grego: νεύρο
  • Italiano: nervo
  • Japonês: 神経
  • Coreano: 신경
  • Norueguês: nerve
  • Polonês: nerw
  • Português Europeu: nervo
  • Romeno: nerv
  • Russo: нерв
  • Espanhol: nervio
  • Sueco: nerv
  • Tailandês: เส้นประสาท
  • Turco: sinir anatomi
  • Ucraniano: нерв
  • Vietnamita: dây thần kinh
Inglês Britânico: nerve /nɜːv/ NOUN
courage Nerve is the courage you need to do something difficult or dangerous.
I don't have the nerve to talk to him.
  • Inglês Americano: nerve boldness
  • Árabe: جُرْأَةٌ
  • Português Brasileiro: ousadia
  • Chinês: 胆量
  • Croata: drskost
  • Tcheco: odvaha
  • Dinamarquês: mod
  • Holandês: lef
  • Espanhol Europeu: frescura
  • Finlandês: rohkeus
  • Francês: courage
  • Alemão: Unverfrorenheit
  • Grego: τόλμη
  • Italiano: sfacciataggine
  • Japonês: ずぶとさ boldness
  • Coreano: 용기
  • Norueguês: ureddhet
  • Polonês: pewność siebie
  • Português Europeu: ousadia
  • Romeno: curaj
  • Russo: смелость
  • Espanhol: valor
  • Sueco: mod
  • Tailandês: ความกล้าหาญ
  • Turco: cüret
  • Ucraniano: хоробрість
  • Vietnamita: khí phách


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