What is the definition of boldness

Boldness (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Hyphenation:
Bold | boldness, Plural: Bold | called
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈKyːnhaɪ̯t]
Word meaning / definition:
1) no plural: fearless, daring attitude
2) daring, brave act
Origin of the term:
Derivation of the adjective bold with the suffix -Ness
Related terms:
1) Aggressiveness, boldness, courage, bravado, fearlessness, manliness, courage, fearlessness, audacity, daring, daring
2) risk
Opposite words:
1) Anxiety, timidness, cowardice, fear, timidity, faint-heartedness, discouragement, despondency, timidity
Application examples:
1) “The rejection of the election result he has the rulers with a audacity hurled against it, which is unprecedented in the history of the republic. "
1) “Who, like his characters, who like to have monosyllabic names like Zürn, Halm or Horn, suffers severely from dependencies that the individual cannot influence himself. A fighter, trembling ahead audacity, as one of his favorite expressions is. "
1) “So we believe that without audacity no excellent general is to be imagined, i.e. that such a man can never become of a person to whom this power of the mind is not innate, which we therefore regard as the first condition of such a career. "
“Courage is with me audacity and bravery endowed with the capacity to suffer; both must take note of the signals of fear on the one hand and keep their influence within limits on the other.
“Fired by the success at Kursk, the Soviet high command was with confidence and audacity went to the offensive. "
2) Such Daring my name is not good.
Cases:
Nominative: singular audacity; Plural Daring
Genitive: singular audacity; Plural Daring
Dative: singular audacity; Plural Daring
Accusative: singular audacity; Plural Daring

Translations

  • English: 1) daringness, boldness
  • French: 1) audace (Female)
  • Catalan: 1) atreviment; 2) audàcia, gosadia
  • Latin: 1) audentia (Female)
  • Swedish: 1) djärvhet; 2) mod

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The audacity and the symbolic power of Barbara Ehnes' sets have influenced and changed the theater. She has been a regular guest in Zurich since Christoph Marthaler.
NZZ Online, January 22, 2019

After a weak start, Eintracht is turning to successor Adi Hütter, who inherited a difficult legacy, and whoever relied on his dismissal before the season could not necessarily expect to see him audacity to be celebrated.
Sport1.de, November 8, 2018

Nevertheless, jokes about the church and Christianity on German cabaret stages are still considered the pinnacle of the audacity and bring the cabaret hero at least one safe interim applause per evening.
Young Freedom, January 9, 2019

It takes audacityto make a film as an artist about one of the most famous painters of all time. Julian Schnabel shows Vincent van Gogh in his unbearable loneliness.
NDR, April 18, 2019

A symbol of elegance and audacity. More than 60 years after the original creation, a new era is now beginning. Rooney Mara in a beauty interview The perfume lives the basic attitude: Don't forbid anything. Don't allow rules.
Gala.de, February 27, 2019

Maserati goes to newer audacity and sets the course for a new beginning: new cars, new engines and lots of electrification.
NZZ, September 26, 2020

And that you audacity the founder is particularly encouraging.
DiePresse.com, May 21, 2020

Most of the names have a meaning, very many stand for strength, wisdom, audacity or grace.
Brigitte.de, January 24, 2020

The funny animal world and its serious exploration (episode 95): Between gray and red rodents, a competition rages for clever and audacity.
TAZ, April 14, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Bravura (go.)
  • Bravur (go., Old spelling until 2017)
  • courage: Feeling in which there is no fear despite a dangerous situation
  • engagement: (professional) employment, obligation, especially an artist; without plural personal, often unpaid commitment; ideological connection with something; Finance Commitment to buy or sell paper by a specified date; tlwva. Invitation to dance
  • Heartiness
  • manliness
  • Guts: colloquial: courage
  • Courage (main form): A mindset in which actions in a dangerous, critical, or daring situation are carried out energetically and fearlessly; State of mind in which new tasks are started or continued with confidence
  • Trust (coll.)

Another word (synonym) for audacity - Source: OpenThesaurus


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Cabinet maker: ... in the event of an onset of police violence against cunning of cunning, daring to oppose boldness; the fourth only as Kochuner, Kinsler, village presser ...

Eagle: ... Examples of use: 1) The young eagle soars into the air. 1) The eagle, the symbol of boldness and power, also stands for the apostle John. 2) The coat of arms of Brandenburg ...

indisposed: He can operate with the boldness and serenity of the senior who doesn't have to achieve anything, but yesterday at the beginning of the quarter-final game against Neil Robertson, 24 years his junior, Davis was indisposed and was quickly 7-1

audace: audace (French) part of speech: noun, (feminine) cases: singular audace, plural pronunciation / intonation: IPA: [ɔ.das] word meaning / definition: 1) boldness, daring ...

bravery: ... 1) Bravery, courage, fearlessness, heroism, heroism, heroism, boldness, lion courage, manliness, courage, steadfastness, fearlessness ...


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