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valiantadjective

uk   us   /ˈvæl.i.ənt/
very brave or bravely determined, especially when things are difficult or the situation gives no cause for hope: The company has made a valiant effort/attempt in the last two years to make itself more efficient.
valiantly
adverb uk   us   /-li/
Translations of “valiant”
in Arabic شُجاع…
in Korean 용감한…
in Malaysian berani…
in French brave…
in Turkish cesur, yiğit, gözükara…
in Italian valoroso, prode…
in Chinese (Traditional) 英勇的,勇猛的, 果敢的…
in Russian храбрый, отважный…
in Polish mężny…
in Vietnamese dũng cảm…
in Spanish valiente…
in Portuguese valente…
in Thai กล้าหาญ…
in German tapfer…
in Catalan valent…
in Japanese 勇敢な…
in Indonesian gagah berani…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英勇的,勇猛的, 果敢的…
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