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courage

US [ˈkʌrɪdʒ]
UK ['kʌrɪdʒ]
  • n.勇气;勇敢;无畏;胆量
  • Web胆略;胆识;精神
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— see also
Dutch courage
1.
勇气;勇敢;无畏;胆量the ability to do sth dangerous, or to face pain or opposition, without showing fear
He showed great courage and determination.
他表现得十分勇敢和果断。
I haven't yet plucked up the courage to ask her.
我还鼓不起勇气去问她。
moral/physical courage
道德勇气;胆识
courage in the face of danger
面对危险时的胆量
IDM
have/lack the courage of your convictions
有╱没有勇气做自己认为正确的事to be/not be brave enough to do what you feel to be right
take courage (from sth)
(因某事而)鼓起勇气to begin to feel happier and more confident because of sth
Taking her courage in both hands, she opened the door and walked in.
她壮着胆打开门,走了进去。
take your courage in both hands
鼓起勇气(做自己害怕做的事);敢作敢为to make yourself do sth that you are afraid of
Taking her courage in both hands, she opened the door and walked in.
她壮着胆打开门,走了进去。

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