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Pronunciation : yǒng
Meaning :
  1. brave; valiant; courageous. (adj)
Radical :
Strokes : 9
Traditional :
Usage : 8.1%
Common Words / Phrases:
yǒng qì
: courage; valor
yǒng gǎn
: brave; courageous
yīng yǒng
: bravery; gallant; valiant
yǒng shì
: a warrior; a brave person
1. All along I didn’t have the courage to tell him.
shǐ zhōng méi yǒu yǒng gào
: I
始终 : all along
没有 : don’t have
勇气 : courage
告诉 : tell
: him
2. She summoned up the courage to talk to him.
yǒng shuō huà
: she
鼓起 : to pluck up (the) courage (to do sth); nerve oneself to do
勇气 : courage; valor
: with
: him
说话 : talk
3. Don’t shy away from saying what you think.
yào yǒng gǎn shuō chū de xiǎng
: you
: have to
勇敢 : brave
: say
: out
自己的 : oneself’s
想法 : thinking
4. His heroism saved a life.
de yīng yǒng xíng wéi jiù le rén
他的 : his
英勇 : bravery
行为 : action; behavior; conduct
: save
: particle indicating that something has happened
: one
: measure word
: person
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