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bravado

noun [U]
 
 
/brəˈvɑː.dəʊ/ US  /-doʊ/
a show of bravery, especially when unnecessary and dangerous, to make people admire you
虚张声势;逞能
It was an act of bravado that made him ask his boss to resign.
就是蛮干逞能的心理促使他要求老板辞职的。
Doing things without fear or proper thought
Translations of “bravado”
in Spanish bravuconería, bravata, fanfarronería…
in Arabic تَظاهُر بِالشجاعة…
in Korean 허세…
in Portuguese exibição de coragem…
in French bravade…
in German die gespielte Tapferkeit…
in Catalan bravates…
in Japanese 虚勢, からいばり…
in Russian бравада…
in Chinese (Traditional) 虛張聲勢, 逞能…
in Italian bravata…
in Turkish efelik, kabadayılık…
in Polish brawura…
(Definition of bravado from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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