atrevida is the feminine form of atrevido and roughly translates to bold.

atrevido

atrevido
adjective
1. (adventurous) 
a. daring 
Lo más atrevido que ha hecho es puenting.The most daring thing she has ever done is bungee jumping.
b. bold 
Hay una diferencia entre ser atrevido y ser estúpido. There's a difference between being bold and being stupid.
Ella quiso hacer paracaidismo pero no soy tan atrevido. She wanted to go skydiving but I'm not that adventurous.
2. (insolent) 
a. sassy (colloquial) (United States) 
El niño me habló con un tono atrevido.The kid talked to me in a sassy tone.
b. cheeky (colloquial) (United Kingdom) 
Tu hijo tiene un temperamento muy atrevido.Your son has a very cheeky temperament.
atrevido
adjective
1. (osado) 
a. daring 
2. (caradura) 
a. cheeky 
Noun
3. (osado) 
a. daring person 
4. (caradura) 
a. cheeky person 
atrevidoa atrevida
adjective
1 [+persona] (audaz) daring; bold; (insolente) cheeky; sassy; (EEUU)
el periodista le hizo preguntas muy atrevidas the reporter asked him some very daring o bold questions; no seas tan atrevido con el jefe don't be so cheeky to the boss
2 [+chiste] daring; risqué
un escote muy atrevido a very daring neckline
cheeky person
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