brave adjective translation to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "brave" - English-Turkish dictionary

brave

adjective
 
 
/breɪv/
B1 showing no fear of dangerous or difficult situations
cesur, yürekli
He died after a brave fight against cancer.Brave and courageous
bravely adverb B1
cesurca
Translations of “brave”
in Arabic شُجاع, مِقْدام…
in Korean 용감한…
in Malaysian berani…
in French brave…
in Italian coraggioso, valoroso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勇敢的,無畏的…
in Russian храбрый…
in Polish odważny…
in Vietnamese gan dạ…
in Spanish valiente, valeroso…
in Portuguese valente, corajoso, bravo…
in Thai กล้า…
in German tapfer…
in Catalan valent…
in Japanese 勇敢な, 勇ましい…
in Indonesian berani…
in Chinese (Simplified) 勇敢的,无畏的…
(Definition of brave adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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