Translation of temerity in Spanish:


temeridad, n.

Pronunciation: /təˈmɛrədi//tɪˈmɛrɪti/


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    (boldness) temeridad feminine
    (boldness) audacia feminine
    (effrontery) audacia feminine
    (effrontery) osadía feminine
    to have the temerity to + inf tener la audacia / osadía de + inf
    • You do not need a great deal of temerity to suggest that in the circumstances.
    • And this Minister has the audacity and temerity to try to say that that is listening to the people.
    • Officers could be just as bad as the men, knocking hats off cab drivers and horse-whipping officials who had the temerity to make any demands of them.
    • It takes time and temerity to get beneath the surface of them all.
    • Would you believe that Maud has the temerity to lie about her birthday?
    • But he didn't acknowledge me at all until I had the temerity to speak, and ask a question.
    • It is his temerity in assuming that love is universally a good thing and a cause for celebration that has doomed him.
    • We just want to make great music, put it out and have the temerity to think that there are enough people out there who are like-minded and have as high standards as we do.
    • When I had the temerity to refer to this survey in a newspaper column, the wrath of a very substantial and vocal lobby came down upon my head.
    • And then she had the temerity to sit there in a press conference and argue between herself and yourself.
    • Don't you think it'll have something to do with your act, I venture, receiving an affronted look for my temerity.
    • Above all, she has a breathtaking fearlessness, and the talent to back up her temerity.
    • You have the temerity to blame the free market for unemployment?
    • And if you have the temerity to do so your reputation will be shattered and your dignity will be shredded.
    • The astonishment at Exeter's temerity to claim the lead had barely subsided when the Grecians doubled their advantage.
    • Now nearly two decades older, I am not yet entirely depleted of breezy temerity.
    • The bold realist whose candor, even temerity, was legendary turned out to have been hiding a secret.
    • Many at the environmental assessment meetings at least had the temerity to question the spending priorities of our governments.
    • She was very touchy when one brave soul had the temerity to suggest that she had made more than the usual number of unforced errors in her opening match.
    • They even had the temerity to ask how much I earn, which I always thought was a secret between me and the Receiver of Income.