osado
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (intrepid)
a. daring
El héroe fue muy osado al enfrentarse al dragón para salvar el reino.The hero was very daring to confront the dragon and save the kingdom.
b. bold
Si Juan fuera un hombre más osado estaría abierto a vivir aventuras.If Juan were a bolder man he would be open to life's adventures.
c. audacious
Con su aplicación osada del color, Turner causó un gran revuelo en el mundo del arte.With his audacious use of color, Turner caused a big stir in the art world.
2. (insolent)
a. impudent
Juan Carlos siempre ha sido muy serio y tranquilo, pero su hermana es osada y no le importa lo que piensa la gente.Juan Carlos has always been very serious and calm, but his sister is impudent and doesn't care what people think.
b. cheeky (United Kingdom)
Me parece muy osado por tu parte pedirme un favor cuando hace años que no hablamos.I think it's rather cheeky of you to ask me a favour when we haven't spoken to each other for years.
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osado
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (valeroso)
a. daring, bold
2. (descarado)
a. impudent, cheeky
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osado
adjective
1 (audaz) daring; bold
2 (descarado) impudent; audacious
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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