listen to the pronunciation of courage
Englisch - Türkisch

Deneyim ona cesaret verdi. - The experience gave him the courage.

Neyin doğru olduğuna inandığını açıkça söyleme cesaretine sahip olmalısın. - You ought to have the courage to speak out what you believe to be right.

{i} yüreklilik
{i} medeni cesaret
{i} yiğitlik

Alçakgönüllülük olmadan, yiğitlik tehlikeli bir oyundur. - Without humility, courage is a dangerous game.


Tom gerçekten yürekli, değil mi? - Tom is really courageous, isn't he?

Tom inanılmaz yürekliydi. - Tom was amazingly courageous.


Onun cesareti ona güvenmem için beni yeterince etkiledi. - His courage impressed me enough for me to trust him.

Onun cesaretine hayran olduğum için, ona güvendim. - Because I admired his courage, I trusted him.

dutch courage
(Konuşma Dili) sarhoş cesareti
dutch courage
içkinin verdiği çılgınca cesaret
dutch courage
içkiden ileri gelen çılgınca cesaret
screw up one's courage
cesaretini toplamak
take courage
gain courage
kazanmak cesaret
give courage
Cesaret vermek
have the courage of one´s convictions
inandığı şeyi yapma/söyleme cesaretini göstermek
of good courage
iyi cesaret
summon up the courage
cesaretini toplamak
Dutch courage
(deyim) ickinin verdigi ceasret
boost up smb.'s courage
cesaret vermek
dutch courage
içkiden gelen cesaret
gain courage
(Konuşma Dili) cesaret kazanmak
have the courage of
inandığı şeyi yapma/söyleme cesaretini göstermek
have the courage to do
cesareti olmak
lack of courage
not to have the courage
gözü yememek
pick courage
cesaret toplamak
pluck up courage
cesaretini toplamak
pluck up one's courage
cesaretini toplamak
screw up one's courage
cesaretini kırmak
summon up courage
(Konuşma Dili) korktuğunu belli etmemek
summon up one's courage
cesaretini toplamak
summon up one's courage
dişini sıkmak
take courage
cesaretlenmek, yüreklenmek
take courage from
cesaret almak
take one's courage in both hands
cesaretini toplamak
take one's courage in both hands
dişini sıkmak
Englisch - Englisch
The quality of a confident character not to be afraid or intimidated easily but without being incautious or inconsiderate

A great part of courage is the courage of having done the thing before. - Ralph Waldo Emerson.

The ability to do things which one finds frightening

Courage is not the absence of fear. It is acting in spite of it. -Mark Twain.

Ability to manage danger
{i} bravery, ability to face danger despite fear
a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger of pain without showing fear
If you have the courage of your convictions, you have the confidence to do what you believe is right, even though other people may not agree or approve. Developers should have the courage of their convictions and stick to what they do best. to pluck up the courage: see pluck
Courage is the quality shown by someone who decides to do something difficult or dangerous, even though they may be afraid. General Lewis Mackenzie has impressed everyone with his authority and personal courage They do not have the courage to apologise for their actions. see also Dutch courage = bravery
{n} bravery, valor, boldness, spirit, activity
The heart; spirit; temper; disposition
To be brave, to face unpleasantness or difficulties with confidence
The virtue that enables us to conquer fear, danger, or adversity, no matter what the context happens to be (physical or moral) Courage includes the notion of taking responsibility for decisions and actions Additionally, the idea involves the ability to perform critical self-assessment, to confront new ideas, and to change
Tabghest Tazult Tissas
the ability to overcome fear and live (or die) by one's convictions, even in ambiguous, uncertain, and dangerous situations; the virtue that underlies and gives reality to all other values; the basis for moral worth and dignity
That quality of mind which enables one to encounter danger and difficulties with firmness, or without fear, or fainting of heart; valor; boldness; resolution
To act rightly despite one's fear
Being a knight often means choosing the more difficult path, the personally expensive one Be prepared to make personal sacrifices in service of the precepts and people you value At the same time, a knight should seek wisdom to see that stupidity and courage are cousins Courage also means taking the side of truth in all matters, rather than seeking the expedient lie Seek the truth whenever possible, but remember to temper justice with mercy, or the pure truth can bring grief
Demonstrative of the characters bravery level - how threatening a situation can they endure before running in fear, or howling in terror!
To inspire with courage
Agate, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Bloodstone, Carnelian, Diamond, Lapis Lazuli, Red Tourmaline, Sard, Sardonyx, Tiger's Eye, Turquoise
Being afraid, but acting anyway
Heart; inclination; desire; will
Dutch courage
the false courage or bravado induced by alcohol
Dutch courage
an alcoholic drink, taken to bolster one's courage
liquid courage
Alcohol drunk to induce a feeling of courage in the drinker
take courage
To be resolute in difficult circumstances
Dutch courage
Dutch courage is the courage that you get by drinking alcoholic drinks. Courage acquired from drinking liquor. courage or confidence that you get when you drink alcohol
The Red Badge of Courage
{i} novel written in 1895 by Stephen Crane about a young soldier called Henry Fleming during the Civil War and the meaning of courage; 1951 movie based on the novel; 1974 television film based on the novel
abound in courage
be full of courage
demonstrated courage
revealed bravery
displayed courage
exhibited bravery, demonstrated boldness
dutch courage
(Informal) courage invigorated in an artificial manner by drinking alcoholic drinks
dutch courage
courage resulting from intoxication
had the courage
possessed the pluck or nerve, had the guts
have the courage of one's convictions
{f} act according to one's beliefs, behave in a way that suits one's beliefs
inflexible courage
{i} obstinate courage, non yielding courage
lose courage
become afraid; despair
mustered the courage
gathered up the courage, summoned the courage
pluck up courage
find in oneself the courage to, embolden oneself, find the strength within oneself to
pluck up one's courage
gather one's courage, be courageous
screw up one's courage
dare, be very brave
showed courage
showed bravery, behaved in a brave or daring manner
showing courage
demonstrating bravery
take courage
be brave and strong
taking courage
gathering courage, summoning bravery
test of courage
test which shows how brave a person is, admissions test to an organization that requires great courage
took his courage into both hands
acted very bravely, became courageous suddenly, was quite daring suddenly