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bravest is brave's Superlative

brave

US [breɪv]
UK [breɪv]
  • v.不顾;抵抗;敢于做(某事);勇敢面对;冒(风险);经受(困难);抵抗;不顾;敢于做(某事);拼;不顾;敢于做(某事)
  • n.勇士;印第安人的战士;勇敢的人;美洲印第安武士;勇士;印第安人的战士;勇士;印第安人的战士
  • adj.勇敢的;无畏的;需要勇气的;表现勇敢的;勇敢的;华丽的;〈古〉极好的;勇敢的;华丽的;〈古〉极好的;勇敢的;漂亮的;〈古〉极好的
  • Web最勇敢;勇敢地
Comparative Degree:braver  Superlative:bravest  Simple Present:braves  Present Participle:braving  Past Tense:braved  
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adj.
1.
勇敢的;无畏的willing to do things which are difficult, dangerous or painful; not afraid
brave men and women
英勇无畏的男女
Be brave!
勇敢一些!
I wasn't brave enough to tell her what I thought of her.
我当时没有勇气告诉她我对她的看法。
2.
需要勇气的;表现勇敢的requiring or showing courage
a brave decision
有勇气的决定
She died after a brave fight against cancer.
她在同癌症进行了顽强的搏斗之后死去了。
He felt homesick, but made a brave attempt to appear cheerful.
他很想家,但却竭力表现得很高兴。
3.
~ new
新颖的;崭新的new in an impressive way
a vision of a brave new Britain
令人叹为观止的新英国远景
IDM
the brave new world of technology
科技进步的美好新世界
(a) brave new world
美好的新世界(本欲改善人们的生活,实则带来预料不到的问题)a situation or society that changes in a way that is meant to improve people's lives but is often a source of extra problems
the brave new world of technology
科技进步的美好新世界
put on a brave face|put a brave face on sth
强装自信快乐;佯装满不在乎to pretend that you feel confident and happy when you do not
v.
1.
~ sb/sth
勇敢面对;冒(风险);经受(困难)to have to deal with sth difficult or unpleasant in order to achieve sth
He did not feel up to braving the journalists at the airport.
他怯于在机场直接面对记者。
Over a thousand people braved the elements(= went outside in spite of the bad weather) to attend the march.
一千多人不顾天气恶劣参加了游行。
n.
1.
[pl]
勇敢的人people who are brave
America, the land of the free and the home of the brave
美国,自由者的土地、勇士的家园
2.
[c]
美洲印第安武士a Native American warrior

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