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audacity

noun [U] uk   /ɔːˈdæs.ə.ti/ us    /ɑːˈdæs.ə.t̬i/
courage or confidence of a kind that other people find shocking or rude: [+ to infinitive] It took a lot of audacity to stand up and criticize the chairman. disapproving He had the audacity to blame me for his mistake!
Traducciones de “audacity”
en coreano 무례함…
en árabe وَقاحة…
en portugués ousadia, audácia…
en catalán atreviment…
en japonés 尊大, 横柄…
en italiano audacia…
en chino (tradicionál) 大膽, 勇氣…
en ruso наглость…
en turco cesurluk, yürekli davranış, kendine güveni olan…
en chino (simplificado) 大胆, 勇气…
en polaco zuchwałość, czelność…
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