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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (bold)
a. valiente
The fearless warrior painted his face before the battle.El guerrero valiente se pintó la cara antes de la batalla.
b. intrépido
John is a fearless fighter pilot.John es un intrépido piloto de combate.
c. audaz
Diane is fearless on the football field.Diane es audaz en el campo de fútbol.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. valiente, arrojado(a)
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fearless [ˈfɪəlɪs]
(courageous) valiente; (daring) audaz; (adventurous) intrépido
They were known to be fearless and ruthless warriors A daring racing driver and fearless skier he is characterized by the same sort of fearless honesty as Stella he was knnown for his fearless disregard of authority it was what the newspaper called "a frank and fearless expose" of the hopeless maladministration, mistakes and blunders into which the American Navy has fallen
he was a fearless opponent of slavery era un valiente opositor de la esclavitud; a fearless warrior un valiente or audaz or intrépido guerrero; she is completely fearless no le tiene miedo a nada
these animals are fearless [of] humans
he entered, fearless of what he might find there entró, sin temor a lo que podría encontrarse allí
he is fearless of the unknown
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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live fearless
vivir sin miedo
fate loves the fearless
el destino ama a los valientes
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