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valour

noun [U] UK formal (US valor) uk   /ˈvæl.ər/  us   //
great courage: He was promoted to the rank of major in recognition of his valour during the battle.
Translations of “valour”
in Arabic بَسالة…
in Korean 용기…
in Malaysian berani…
in French bravoure…
in Turkish yiğitlik, yüreklilik…
in Italian valore, prodezza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 英勇,勇猛,勇敢…
in Russian отвага, доблесть…
in Polish męstwo…
in Vietnamese sự dũng cảm…
in Spanish valor, valentía…
in Portuguese valentia…
in Thai กล้า…
in German die Tapferkeit…
in Catalan valentia…
in Japanese (特に戦闘での)勇敢さ…
in Indonesian keberanian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 英勇,勇猛,勇敢…
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