Meaning of take courage in English:

take courage

phrase

  • in imperative Said to give support, confidence, or hope to someone.

    ‘take courage, my friend, you are not alone in your struggle’
    • ‘Most creative painters know that the secret of being successful is to take courage and keep painting.’
    • ‘My advice to you young artists is to take courage from your success and keep at it.’
    • ‘We urge your readers to take courage to wrestle with these matters, troubling and difficult though they are.’
    • ‘Do not be afraid; take courage.’
    • ‘We should take courage from events such as these.’
    • ‘He is about to tell them why they should take courage, but first he has to tell them what not to base their courage on.’
    • ‘Let us take courage on this dark night.’
    • ‘He asks the families and the community to take courage.’
    • ‘We must all take courage and move on.’
    • ‘ Take courage - healing is possible, and there are specific steps you can take to bring it about.’