Translation of doughty in Spanish:

doughty

aguerrido, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈdaʊti//ˈdaʊdi/

adjective

literary, humorous

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    aguerrido
    valiente
    his doughty deeds sus hazañas
    • This way, the organization could live up to its self-professed image: the doughty defenders of brave iconoclasts bucking the establishment.
    • London metropolitan types also think I possess a kind of doughty flinty independent spirit which they wish they had so they too could flee the bars of Charlotte Street and the watering holes of Soho.
    • Then along came a doughty and persistent conservationist who fought to save the city's history: just what the doctor ordered.
    • In Britain, the doughty, campaigning spirit of Greenham Common and Faslane has yet to be heard.
    • But it's been put back together with doughty resolution, notably up on the volcanic bump of the old town.