English translation of 'corajoso'
corajosocorajosa [koraˈʒozu, ɔza]
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'corajoso' in Other Languages
British English: courageous /kəˈreɪdʒəs/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is courageous does something difficult or dangerous, even though they may be afraid.
The courageous girl saved her baby sister from a house fire.
- American English: courageous
- Arabic: مِقْدام
- Brazilian Portuguese: corajoso
- Chinese: 有胆量的
- Croatian: hrabar
- Czech: odvážný
- Danish: modig
- Dutch: moedig
- European Spanish: valeroso
- Finnish: rohkea
- French: courageux
- German: mutig
- Greek: θαρραλέος
- Italian: coraggioso
- Japanese: 勇気のある
- Korean: 용감한
- Norwegian: modig
- Polish: odważny
- European Portuguese: corajoso
- Romanian: curajos
- Russian: отважный
- Spanish: valeroso
- Swedish: modig
- Thai: กล้าหาญ
- Turkish: yürekli
- Ukrainian: хоробрий
- Vietnamese: can đảm
British English: bold ADJECTIVE
Someone who is bold is not afraid to do things which involve risk or danger.
He became a bold, daring rebel.
British English: valiant ADJECTIVE
A valiant action is very brave and determined, though it may lead to failure or defeat.
Despite valiant efforts by the finance minister, inflation rose to 36%.
Translation of corajoso from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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