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bold US English

(Of a person, action, or idea) showing an ability to take risks; confident and courageous

put a good face on something US English

Act as if something unpleasant or upsetting is not as bad as it really is

a bold stroke in bold US English

A daring action or initiative

be so bold in bold US English

Dare to do something (often used when politely asking a question or making a suggestion)

be so bold US English

Dare to do something (often used when politely asking a question or making a suggestion)

bold as brass in bold US English

Confident to the point of impudence

bold as brass US English

Confident to the point of impudence

a bold stroke US English

A daring action or initiative

Philip the Bold US English

, Philip III of France (see Philip).

put a good face on something in face US English

Act as if something unpleasant or upsetting is not as bad as it really is

overbold US English

Excessively bold

Philip2 US English

Philip III (1245–85), reigned 1270–85; known as Philip the Bold

Philip the Bold in Philip2 US English

Philip III (1245–85), reigned 1270–85; known as Philip the Bold

bold US Thesaurus

bold adventurers

bold English-Spanish

audaz, atrevido

to make bold with sth in bold English-Spanish

usar algo como si fuera propio

a figure in bold relief in bold English-Spanish

una figura en un relieve muy marcado

to be as bold as brass in brass English-Spanish

tener* más cara que espalda, ser* muy descarado

if I may be so bold as to … in bold English-Spanish

si me permite el atrevimiento de …

with a bold stroke of the pen in stroke English-Spanish

de un plumazo, con un trazo fuerte

her paintings are bold and vital in vital English-Spanish

sus cuadros son audaces y llenos de vitalidad

she put a brave o bold face on it in face English-Spanish

(le) puso al mal tiempo buena cara


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