Translation of hardihood in Spanish:


audacia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhɑrdiˌhʊd/ /ˈhɑːdɪhʊd/

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    audacia feminine
    intrepidez feminine formal
    • He was not only a very dexterous thief, but was notorious for his boldness and hardihood, and for the number of his previous convictions.
    • Few nations have ever existed, who have evinced more indomitable courage or hardihood, or shown more devotion to the spirit of independence than the Iroquois.
    • Americanism means the virtues of courage, honor, justice, truth, sincerity and hardihood - the virtues that made America.
    • And be it known to you, that no man there was of such hardihood but his flesh trembled: and it was no wonder, for never was so great an enterprise undertaken by any people since the creation of the world.
    • Similarly, this finding leaves open the possibility that female characters expressed heroism in ways not entailing physical hardihood or risk.