brave sth out phrasal

brave sth out phrasal
verb (T) to deal bravely with something that is frightening or difficult 3 noun
1 (plural) brave people: Today we remember the brave who died in the last war.
2 (C) a young fighting man from a Native American tribe

Longman dictionary of contemporary English. 2004.

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