Translation of manful in Spanish:

manful

valiente, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈmænfəl//ˈmanfʊl//ˈmanf(ə)l/

adjective

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    valiente
    • There are a number of places where, naturally, I would not have worded that defense as Joe has, but on the whole I am grateful for his manful attempt to read what I said charitably.
    • Frazer has done a manful job in that position but I know he is ready for a rest and his strength is in a defensive role.
    • This second time, Selby made a manful attempt with both hands to make the catch.
    • He himself seems to feel he has to make manful, self-deprecating jokes about having his election stolen.
    • The industry has been making manful efforts to curtail production so that prices will not go through the floor every time that there is a pick-up in demand.