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nerve

verb     /nɜːv/ US  /nɝːv/
nerve yourself UK
to make yourself brave enough to do something 鼓足勇氣 [+ to infinitive] It took her several months before she eventually nerved herself (up) to invite him to her house. 她過了好幾個月才終於鼓足勇氣邀請他去自己家。 Brave and courageous
(Definition of nerve verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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