audacious Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"audacious" in British English

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audaciousadjective

uk   /ɔːˈdeɪ.ʃəs/  us   /ɑː-/
showing a ​willingness to take ​risks or ​offendpeople: He ​described the ​plan as ​ambitious and audacious. an audacious ​remark/​suggestion
audaciously
adverb uk   us   /-li/
audaciousness
noun [U] uk   us   /-nəs/
(Definition of audacious from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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audaciousadjective

 us   /ɔˈdeɪ·ʃəs/
showing an ​unusualwillingness to take ​risks: The ​car maker's audacious ​goal is to ​compete with the ​luxurycars of other manufacturers.
(Definition of audacious from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “audacious”
in Korean 무례한…
in Arabic جَريء, وَقِح…
in Malaysian berani…
in French audacieux…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大膽的, 敢於冒險的, 魯莽的…
in Italian audace…
in Spanish audaz…
in Vietnamese táo bạo…
in Portuguese audacioso, ousado…
in Thai กล้าหาญ…
in German kühn…
in Catalan audaç, atrevit…
in Japanese 無礼な, 尊大な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大胆的, 敢于冒险的, 鲁莽的…
in Indonesian berani…
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