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  • EN [ bəʊld]
  • US [ boʊld]

English definition


  • 1. a typeface with thick heavy lines


  • 1. fearless and daring;

    • "bold settlers on some foreign shore"
    • "a bold speech"
    • "a bold adventure"
  • 2. clear and distinct;

    • "bold handwriting"
    • "a figure carved in bold relief"
    • "a bold design"
  • 3. very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front;

    • "a bluff headland"
    • "where the bold chalk cliffs of England rise"
    • "a sheer descent of rock"

Example sentences

  • The style of the Chinese Women's Volleyball Team in a competition is indomitable, bold and vigorous.

  • The room was decorated in bold colours.

  • May I make bold to suggest that you were wrong to do so?

  • Obviously the thief had simply walked out this way as bold as brass.

  • Be bold in putting things into practice and blazing new trails.

  • The engineer had a bold plan to build a bridge over the English Channel.

  • The bold print stands out very well.

  • A young machine hand, attracted by her looks, made bold to jest with her.

  • He walked in , bold as brass, wearing nothing but his underpants.

  • Be bold in doing your work and don't be overcautious.

  • The young man is a bold warrior.

  • And may I make so bold as to ask what institution sponsored your husband's expedition?

  • In learning English, one should be bold to talk in the language with his friends.

  • We should not only be bold, but also be cautious.

  • By making the bold promise, he had burnt his bridges , for now he had no option but to go forward with the project.

  • Some of the embroideries are in bold , bright colours ; others are quietly elegant.

  • Her words were so bold that people caught their breath.

  • a title printed in bold caps

  • Bold as you please, she grabbed me by the sleeve.

  • He believes that students should be encouraged to experiment with bold ideas.

  • The book's 85 colour lithographic plates look staggeringly fresh and bold.

  • I don't feel I'm being bold, because it's always been natural for me to just speak out about whatever disturbs me.

  • Use bold type for headings and bullet points for noteworthy achievements.

  • Big, successful moves need bold, masterful managers.

  • In 1960 this was a bold move.

  • The bold necklace flatteringly lightens her skin tone.

  • Rebels like Katharine Hamnett have made a name for bold, declamatory statements.

  • Unfortunately, his idea of bold journalism was a hatchet job, portraying the staff in a negative light.

Phrase collocation

  • be (或 make) so bold (as to do something)

    (formal)dare to do something (often used when politely asking a question or making a suggestion)

    • what would he be calling for, &B{if I might make so bold} as to ask?.

  • (as) bold as brass

    confident to the point of impudence

    • she marched into the library as bold as brass.

  • bold stroke

    a daring action or initiative

Synonym discrimination

  • bold, brave, courageous, daring, heroic, fearless


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