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bold
boʊld
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Fearless and daring.
  2. Clear and distinct.
  3. Very steep; having a prominent and almost vertical front.
(名) As a noun
  1. A typeface with thick heavy lines.
Hyphenationbold
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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大胆dàdǎnbrazen; audacious; outrageous; bold; daring; fearless
不客气bù kèqiyou're welcome; don't mention it; impolite; rude; blunt
厚脸皮hòu liǎnpíbrazen; shameless; impudent; cheek; thick-skinned
显著xiǎnzhùoutstanding; notable; remarkable; statistically significant
显眼xiǎnyǎnconspicuous; eye-catching; glamorous
coarse; rough; thick (for cylindrical objects); unfinished; vulgar; rude; crude
险峻xiǎnjùnarduous; steep
刚劲gāngjìngbold; vigorous
màoto emit; to give off; to send out (or up, forth); brave; bold; to cover; to act under false pretenses; (Chinese surname)
kǎnupright and honest; cheerful; to chat idly; to boast; to talk smoothly
冒冒失失mào mào shī shībold; forthright
冒昧màomèibold; presumptuous; to take the liberty of
粗体cūtǐbold (typeface)
脸大liǎndàbold; unafraid
苍劲cāngjìnbold; upright and strong; vigorous; forceful (brush strokes); sureness of touch
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