1. Put on a brave front (अपने आप को साहसी दिखाना): To appear or make oneself seem more courageous, resolute, or dauntless than one really feels.
E. g. I could feel my knees shaking with terror before my commencement speech, but I put on a brave front and stepped out onto the stage to deliver it.
2. Brave something out (चीज़ें सहना): to endure something; to put up with something courageously.
E. g. I don't know if all the men can brave the attack out. The soldiers braved out the attack.
3. Fortune favors the brave and Fortune favors the bold (यदि आप अपनी योजनाएं साहस से पूरी करें तो सौभाग्य आपके साथ होगा): You will have good luck if you carry out your plans boldly. (Used to encourage people to have the courage to carry out their plans. )
E. g. Fortune favors the bold, Bob. Quit your day job and work on your novel full - time.
4. Put on a brave face (किसी मुश्किल स्तिथि में साहसी रहना): to act confident in a difficult situation; put up a brave front
E. g. The engineers have put on a brave face, saying the telescope can easily be repaired.
5. Brave it out (खतरनाक स्तिथि में साहसी रहना): Face danger or a difficult situation with courage.
E. g. They had far fewer votes than the opposition, but they decided to brave it out.
6. None but the brave deserve the fair (जो साहस करता है उसी को सब मिलता है): Only a courageous and gallant man deserves a beautiful woman. ; Only the best deserves the best.
E. g. Stop making excuses and just call Sam. None but the brave deserve the fair.
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