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Translation of "bold" - English-Spanish dictionary

bold

adjective   /bəʊld/
B1 strong in colour or shape llamativo, pronunciado a bold design
brave atrevido It was a bold decision to go and live abroad.
boldly adverb /bəʊld·li/
audazmente, con descaro
boldness noun [no plural] /bəʊld·nəs/
audacia, descaro
(Definition of bold from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bold

adjective /bəuld/
daring or fearless valiente, audaz, atrevido a bold plan of attack.
striking and well-marked nítido, vivo a dress with bold stripes.
(of type) thick and clear, like this en negrita a bold font.
boldly adverb
audazmente, con valentía He boldly offered to lead the attack.
boldness noun
audacia He was known for his boldness in battle.
bold as brass
very cheeky tan fresco She walked in late, as bold as brass.
(Definition of bold from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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