In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1valor masculinecoraje masculinehe has/lacks the courage to do it — tiene/le falta valor / coraje para hacerlo
- to lose (one's) courage — acobardarse
- In a democratic society, moral courage is an essential ingredient of leadership.
- That spirit of optimism and courage still beckons people across the world who want to come here.
- We also owe thanks to those political leaders who had the moral courage to respond.
- He had been defeated once too often, and his resources of courage were almost exhausted.
- Great acts of courage happen every day, but heroes and heroines often go unrecognised.
- Yet, for all their courage and endurance, they are hopelessly divided in their aims.
- It needed incredible skill and courage, but the squadron managed to breach two of the three dams.
- After all it takes a lot of courage and imagination to stand up to corporate bullies.
- It is chilling to think it needed such courage for one excellent officer to stand up to her colleagues.
- Its heroes were men of courage and style who drove into the mouth of danger without flinching.
- The artistic director of a truly great company needs courage, intelligence and drive.
- Don't be afraid to change your mind, as concession is often an act of courage.
- To seek safety and protection in our country has taken courage and persistence.
- You're a man of true independent mind and spirit, a man of rare courage and honesty.
- Every instinct tells you to climb out of the pit and run but then training, pride and courage take over.
- We might all hope we'd do the right thing if our courage were put to the test.
- Where are the politicians who have the ability and the moral courage to grasp it?
- To describe him as a leader of courage and integrity is asking too much of a very sceptical British public.
- He was adored by his men, not least for his courage, chivalry and handsome appearance.
- He's enraged but he can't help but admire her courage and her ability to stand up to him.
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