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bravado
[brəˈvɑːdəʊ] [brəˈvɑːdoʊ]

  • n. 虚张声势;冒险

[ 复数 bravadoes或bravados ]

英英释义

bravado [ brə'vɑ:dəu ]

  • n. a swaggering show of courage

    同义词: bluster

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

bravado /brəˈvɑːdəʊ/ TEM8

  • 1. 

    N-UNCOUNT Bravado is an appearance of courage or confidence that someone shows in order to impress other people. 故作勇敢; 佯装自信

    例:

    "You won't get away with this," he said with unexpected bravado.

    “你逃脱不了的,”他带着出人意料的假自信说道。

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  • "You won't get away with this," he said with unexpected bravado.

    逃脱了的,”带着出人意料的假自信说道

    《柯林斯英汉双解大词典》

  • As a footnote, I should add that there was one point on which his bravado was more than justified.

    作为补充说明应该再加一点表现得过于逞强

    《柯林斯英汉双解大词典》

  • The bravado was wearing off.

    那种虚张声势的作用正在逐渐消失。

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  • This is on page 1166, bottom of the right-hand column, and then over to 1167, a relatively long passage: Hence Freud is able to proffer, with a certain bravado, the formulation: "the aim of all life is death."

    这在1166页,右边底部,然后跨到1167页,这段比较长:,所以弗洛伊德可以冒险提出一个公式:,“生命的目的是死亡“

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