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bold

adjective
 
 
/bəʊld/
NOT FRIGHTENED B2 not frightened of taking risks
atak, cüretkâr, cesur, gözükara, gözüpek
It was a bold decision to go and live abroad.Brave and courageous
COLOUR/SHAPE B1 strong in colour or shape
koyu renkli, göze çarpan
bold colours a bold design Apparent and obviousVisible
LETTERS words that are printed in bold letters are darker and thicker than normal wordsPrinting and word processing
boldly adverb B2
cesurca
boldness noun [U]
cesurluk
(Definition of bold adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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