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bold  

a       adj     ( bolder    compar)   ( boldest    superl  )
1    (=brave)  
[person, attempt, plan]  
atrevido, audaz
2    (=forward)  
[child, remark]  
atrevido, descarado  
if I may be or make so bold      frm   si me permite el atrevimiento frm     
to make bold with sth      frm   servirse de algo como si fuera suyo  
IDIOMS (as) bold as brass      más fresco que una lechuga *     
3    (=striking)  
[colour, clothes, design]  
llamativo  
[brush stroke, handwriting, move]  
enérgico  
[shape, relief, contrast]  
marcado
4      (Typ)  
[letters]  
en negrita
b       n     (Typ)   negrita    f  
c       cpd  
  bold type      n   negrita    f  
Translation English - Spanish Collins Dictionary  
See also:

bold type, boldly, bod, boiled

Collaborative Dictionary     English-Spanish
n.
la negrita
[INFO]
adj.
en negrita
[INFO]
n.
el caracter en negrita
[INFO]
n.
la impresión en negrita
[INFO]
adj.
en negrita
[INFO]
n.
la negrita
[INFO]
exp.
en negrita
exp.
en negrita
exp.
un concepto grandioso
exp.
servirse de algo como si fuera suyo
[Formal]
exp.
más fresco que una lechuga
(IDIOMS)
exp.
si me permite el atrevimiento
[Formal]
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'bold' also found in translations in Spanish-English dictionary
adj.
bold
exp.
a bold plan
exp.
as bold as brass
(MODISMOS)
exp.
in bold (type)
exp.
the reporter asked him some very daring {o} bold questions
exp.
I'm not bold enough to embark on this venture
exp.
this guy comes up to me all cocky {o} bold as brass and insulted me
exp.
six-point bold
exp.
to be bold

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