(=force morale, bravoure) courage
avoir le courage de faire qch to have the courage to do sth
Il a eu le courage de dire non. He had the courage to say no.
prendre son courage à deux mains to take one's courage in both hands
Je voulais y aller, mais je n'ai pas eu le courage. I wanted to go, but I didn't feel up to it.
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