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courage

noun /ˈkaridʒ, (American) ˈkəː-/
the quality that makes a person able to meet dangers without fear; bravery
valor, valentía, coraje
It took courage to sail the Atlantic singlehanded.
courageous /kəˈreidʒəs/ adjective having courage
valiente
a courageous soldier.
courageously adverb
valientemente
The firefighter courageously went back into the burning building to rescue his colleague.
Translations of “courage”
in Arabic شَجاعة…
in Korean 용기…
in Malaysian keberanian…
in French courage…
in Turkish cesaret, yüreklilik, korkusuzluk…
in Italian coraggio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勇氣,膽量, 勇敢…
in Russian храбрость…
in Polish odwaga…
in Vietnamese dũng cảm…
in Portuguese coragem…
in Thai ความกล้าหาญ…
in German der Mut…
in Catalan valor, coratge…
in Japanese 勇気…
in Indonesian keberanian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 勇气,胆量, 勇敢…
(Definition of courage from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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