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embolden

División en sílabas: em·bold·en
Pronunciación: /əmˈbōldən
 
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Definición de embolden en inglés:

verbo

[with object]
1Give (someone) the courage or confidence to do something or to behave in a certain way: emboldened by robust passenger traffic, the airlines put through major fare increases
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The players felt emboldened by the result against Chelsea, sure that they had asserted their right to be considered as worthy heirs to the great United teams.
  • Some even suggest a Prime Minister emboldened by another large majority could go as far as to kick his arch-rival out of the Cabinet altogether.
  • She was emboldened by having met a woman of a similar age to herself for whom this strategy had worked, but still she saw it as a big and embarrassing step.
Sinónimos
fortify, make brave/braver, encourage, hearten, strengthen, brace, stiffen the resolve of, lift the morale of;
rouse, stir, stimulate, cheer, rally, fire, animate, inspirit, invigorate
informal buck up
2Cause (a piece of text) to appear in a bold typeface: center, embolden, and underline the heading
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • I adjusted the CSS formatting to enhance the posts from each other, emboldening the headings, and generally enhancing the appearance of the posts.

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