Hay 2 definiciones de brash en inglés:

brash1

Saltos de línea: brash
Pronunciación: /braʃ
 
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adjetivo

Derivativos

brashly

adverbio
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  • These guys have studied every clichéd turn of phrase, whiny affectation and hairdo, and the brashly '80s programming doesn't shuffle the deck enough to hide their derived, contrived strategy.
  • The ‘long-tail effect’, currently making waves from broadcasting to bookselling, is one of those suddenly ubiquitous notions brashly promising a revolution in consumer capitalism.
  • It was a few years later that the decorated building made a last brave stand, Art Deco's Egyptian colonnades and Moderne sunbursts sparkling brashly among dimmer stripped-classical and early modern façades.

brashness

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  • The politeness of the elderly was in marked contrast to the freshness, sometimes brashness, often deliberate, of the young, seen even in their responses to the questionnaire.
  • For I have realized that it is the city's very boldness and brashness that clearly identifies it as truly Chinese.
  • The tree is typically Carioca in its brashness and audacity, but despite the city's fondness for it, Rio is not famed for its yuletide.

Origen

early 19th century (originally dialect); perhaps a form of rash1.

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Palabra del día kerf
Pronunciación: kəːf
noun
a slit made by cutting with a saw

Hay 2 definiciones de brash en inglés:

brash2

Saltos de línea: brash
Pronunciación: /braʃ
 
/

sustantivo

[mass noun]
  • 1Loose broken rock or ice: [as modifier]: brash ice
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    • This image shows icebergs and brash ice along the shore of western Greenland.
    • During the same time, measurements of the brash ice depth and water temperature were made from a Coast Guard icebreaker.
    • A brash ice jam in the South Channel of the St. Clair River was profiled in February 1987 using a helicopter-borne short-pulse radar operating in the UHF band near 500 MHz.
  • 2Clippings from hedges, shrubs, or other plants: cutting up the timber and burning the brash
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    • The operator raises them every 4-5 metres to release the gathered brash.
    • The heather brash - heather which has been cut in the autumn and baled, loaded with seeds - is spread to create a mulch or microclimate, protecting the peat
    • The spreading of heather brash has become a yearly task at the Marsden estate, near Huddersfield, to control erosion which is exacerbated by grazing and trampling.

Origen

late 18th century: of unknown origin.

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