Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Brave"

The meaning of "Brave" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does brave
mean?
A: Brave means not having fear.

I'm brave = I'm not scared.
Q: What does brave mean?
A: Himmatwala
Q: What does brave mean?
A: valente, corajoso
Q: What does brave man-eating mean?
A: Brave = risk getting harmed by

Man-eating sharks = sharks that eat people

Example sentences using "Brave"

Q: Please show me example sentences with brave.
A: To face your fears, you need to be brave
Q: Please show me example sentences with brave.
A: "Brave" means showing courage:
"She wasn't brave; she was too afraid of needles."
"Brave soldiers fight for our country."

"Brave" can also mean endure:
"We must brave this storm."
"Camels can brave the full heat of a desert sun."
Q: Please show me example sentences with brave.
A: he was very brave for saving that boy from the bear.

Synonyms of "Brave" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between brave and courageous ?
A: "Courageous" is much more formal than "brave".

You can use "brave" in almost every place that you can use "courageous", but the opposite is not true:

"These brave / courageous soldiers lay down their lives for their countries." (both ok)

"The child bravely /courageously (×) gritted his teeth and took the injection."

"Brave" an also be used as a verb, "courageous" does not have this function:

"They braved the snow to go to the movies."

You can also tell someone directly to "be brave" when facing danger, whereas it's much less common to simply tell someone "be courageous".

This is probably due to their origins:

"Brave" comes to English from French, from Italian meaning "bold" in the sense of "brash"/"daring"/"wild"

"Courage" probably comes from Latin meaning "heart/mind", and could cover all sorts of mental states, from bravery to wickedness.
Q: What is the difference between brave and courage ?
A: courage is just a noun.
"You can be brave and have courage"
"A person who is brave, has a lot of courage."
Q: What is the difference between brave and encourage ?
A: brave is an adjective describing a person for example: he is a brave man
while encourage is a verb about motivating someone to do something like: this job encourages me to develop new skills
Q: What is the difference between brave and courage ?
A: Courage is when you do something when you know the risks and it may be dangerous for yourself.

Bravery is when you do something without thinking about the risks.
Q: What is the difference between brave and valorous ?
A: Similar meaning but brave is very common, you also never see valorous. It's a word you might see in a history book talking about something someone did in a war.

Translations of "Brave"

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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? brave
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Other questions about "Brave"

Q: "Now I can brave furious dogs. it scared me so bad when I didn't know how to cope with them." does this sound natural?
A: "Now I can handle furious dogs. It was terrifying for me when I didn't know how to cope with them."
Q: Please show me how to pronounce brave.
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Q: Tremendously brave does this sound natural?
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Q: Brave Heart
brave heart
Brave heart
BRAVE HEART

Which is correct?
A: brave heart

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