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  • EN [ breɪv]
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English definition


  • 1. a North American Indian warrior

  • 2. people who are brave;

    • "the home of the free and the brave"


  • 1. face or endure with courage;

    • "She braved the elements"


  • 1. possessing or displaying courage; able to face and deal with danger or fear without flinching;

    • "Familiarity with danger makes a brave man braver but less daring"- Herman Melville
    • "a frank courageous heart...triumphed over pain"- William Wordsworth
    • "set a courageous example by leading them safely into and out of enemy-held territory"
  • 2. invulnerable to fear or intimidation;

    • "audacious explorers"
    • "fearless reporters and photographers"
    • "intrepid pioneers"
  • 3. brightly colored and showy;

    • "girls decked out in brave new dresses"
    • "brave banners flying"
    • "`braw' is a Scottish word"
    • "a dress a bit too gay for her years"
    • "birds with gay plumage"

Example sentences

  • He was very brave about his operation.

  • We ought to face the world and brave the storm.

  • We Chinese people are brave and industrious.

  • You have done a brave act and you will hear about it.

  • The business folded up despite its brave start.

  • They sang of his brave deeds.

  • A brave fireman rescued the woman.

  • Although he was very nervous, he put on a brave front.

  • To call a brave man a coward is an insult.

  • He is a brave soldier.

  • I know she's unhappy, all her brave talk to the contrary.

  • He is very formidable; How could anybody be so brave as to offend him?

  • She was a brave woman but she felt daunted by the task ahead.

  • Fortune favo ( u ) rs the brave.

  • He was brave amid all dangers.

  • brave men and women

  • She was a brave woman but she felt daunted by the task ahead.

  • As long as mist hangs o'er the mountains, the deeds of the brave will be remembered.

  • The woman who is brave enough to pursue her own path must prepare herself for a rough ride.

  • She didn't wince and her eyes were dry. Talk about brave. She was unbelievable.

  • It takes a brave cook to depart radically from the traditional Christmas menu.

  • Whoever did him in removed a man who was brave as well as ruthless.

  • You're brave and courageous. You can make it.

  • Greg lost his brave battle against cancer two years ago.

  • The bodyguards, as usual, were brave but oafish.

  • Sometimes I am not as brave as I should be.

  • Friends will see you are putting on a brave face and might assume you've got over your grief.

  • He died after a brave but unavailing fight against a terminal illness.

  • The White House tried to put a brave face on the job figures.

Phrase collocation

  • brave new world

    used to refer, often ironically, to a new and hopeful period in history resulting from major changes in society

    • &B{the brave new world of} the health care market.

  • put a brave face on something

    • &B{the brave new world of} the health care market.

Synonym discrimination

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


Meaning of brave

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