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  • 21bold — /bɔld, ingl. bəld/ s. m. inv.; anche agg. grassetto, neretto …

    Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione

  • 22bold — bȍld m <N mn ovi> DEFINICIJA tisk. 1. polumastan tisak slova 2. inform. stil tekstovnog ispisa programu za procesiranje teksta ETIMOLOGIJA engl …

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  • 23bold — *brave, courageous, unafraid, fearless, intrepid, valiant, valorous, dauntless, undaunted, doughty, audacious Analogous words: daring, reckless, venturesome, *adventurous, daredevil, rash, foolhardy: mettlesome, *spirited: fearless,… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 24bold — bold1 [ bould ] adjective ** 1. ) confident and not afraid of people: I was feeling bold, so I went ahead and asked him for more money. One bird was bold enough to come and peck crumbs from the table. a ) involving a risk: a bold move/step: In a… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 25bold — I UK [bəʊld] / US [boʊld] adjective Word forms bold : adjective bold comparative bolder superlative boldest ** 1) a) involving a risk a bold move/step: In a bold move to try and cut pollution, the city council has banned private cars. a bold… …

    English dictionary

  • 26bold — boldly, adv. boldness, n. /bohld/, adj., bolder, boldest. 1. not hesitating or fearful in the face of actual or possible danger or rebuff; courageous and daring: a bold hero. 2. not hesitating to break the rules of propriety; forward; impudent:… …

    Universalium

  • 27bold — adjective 1 PERSON/ACTION not afraid of taking risks and making difficult decisions: a bold leader | It s a bold venture starting a business these days. 2 MANNER/APPEARANCE so confident or determined that you sometimes offend people: as bold as… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 28bold — [[t]bo͟ʊld[/t]] bolder, boldest 1) ADJ GRADED Someone who is bold is not afraid to do things which involve risk or danger. Amrita becomes a bold, daring rebel... In 1960 this was a bold move... Poland was already making bold economic reforms. Syn …

    English dictionary

  • 29bold — 01. Our new puppy is becoming quite [bold], and has started to play with our old dog sometimes. 02. The soldiers marched [boldly] into battle, despite being heavily outnumbered. 03. We need politicians who are [bold] enough and honest enough to… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 30Bold — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Bold », sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) Bold est un adjectif de la langue anglaise… …

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  • 31bold — adjective 1) bold adventurers Syn: daring, intrepid, brave, courageous, valiant, valorous, fearless, dauntless, audacious, daredevil; adventurous, heroic, plucky, spirited, confident, assured; informal gutsy, spunky …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 32bold — [[t]boʊld[/t]] adj. er, est 1) not hesitating or fearful in the face of danger; courageous 2) scorning or ignoring the rules of propriety; forward; impudent 3) requiring courage and daring: bold deeds[/ex] 4) beyond the usual limits of… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 33bold — /boʊld / (say bohld) adjective 1. not hesitating in the face of actual or possible danger or rebuff. 2. not hesitating to breach the rules of propriety; forward. 3. calling for daring, unhesitating action. 4. overstepping usual bounds or… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 34bold — I bold 1. bold sb., en, e, ene, i sms. bold , fx boldleg; spille bold II bold 2. bold adj., t, e (ÆLDRE tapper) …

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  • 35bold — adj. 1 confidently assertive; adventurous, courageous. 2 forthright, impudent. 3 vivid, distinct, well marked (bold colours; a bold imagination). 4 Printing (in full bold face or faced) printed in a thick black typeface. Phrases and idioms: as… …

    Useful english dictionary

  • 36Bold — This interesting surname, with variant spellings Bold, Boud, Boulde, Bowld and Bould, may derive from a number of possible sources. Firstly, it may be of Olde English pre 7th century origins and derive from the world beald meaning courageous . In …

    Surnames reference

  • 37bold — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English beald; akin to Old High German bald bold Date: before 12th century 1. a. fearless before danger ; intrepid b. showing or requiring a fearless daring spirit < a bold plan > 2. impu …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 38bold — adj. (often used humorously) to be so bold as to + inf. (may I be so bold as to ask how old you are?) * * * [bəʊld] (often used humorously) to be so bold as to + inf. (may I be so bold as to ask how old you are?) …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 39bold — [bəʊld] adj I 1) confident and not afraid of risks a bold plan to reduce crime[/ex] 2) clear, bright, and strong in colour a shirt with bold blue and yellow stripes[/ex] boldly adv boldness noun [U] II noun [U] bold [bəʊld] a way of printing&#8230; …

    Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • 40böld — med., vet. • bula, bulnad, svullnad, knöl, blåsa, abscess, svulst • bulnad, böld, fistel, pustel, svulst, varhärd, varsamling • bulnad, svullnad, bula, böld, svulst, abscess • bula, svullnad, böld, abscess, knöl, upphöjning, buckla, bulle • bula …

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