adj courageux (-euse)
→ those brave people who dared to challenge the regime
→ He was not brave enough to report the loss of the documents.
→ He made a brave attempt to prevent the hijack.
→ your mother's brave fight with the dreaded disease
to put on a brave face faire bonne contenance
→ He was disappointed, but put on a brave face.
to put a brave face on sth donner un aspect positif à qch
→ The White House tried to put a brave face on the job figures.
(=Native American) guerrier m indien
[+weather] braver, affronter → Farmers braved the winter cold to rescue the sheep. → Thousands have braved icy rain to demonstrate their support
brave new world
n meilleur des mondes m
→ ... the brave new world of internet banking.
→ in this brave new world of retirement risk
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