atrevido

adj.
1 daring, adventurous, bold, brave.
2 cheeky, brassy, bold-faced, pert.
f. & m.
cheeky person, insolent person.
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: atreverse.
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atrevido
participio pasado
1→ {{link=atreverse}}atreverse
adjetivo
1 (osado) daring, bold
2 (insolente) insolent, impudent
3 (indecoroso) daring, risqué
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(f. - atrevida)
adj.
daring, bold
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atrevido, -a
1. ADJ
1) [persona] (=audaz) daring, bold; (=insolente) cheeky, sassy (EEUU)

el periodista le hizo preguntas muy atrevidas — the reporter asked him some very daring o bold questions

no seas tan atrevido con el jefe — don't be so cheeky to the boss

2) [chiste] daring, risqué

un escote muy atrevido — a very daring neckline

2.
SM / F cheeky person
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I
-da adjetivo
a) (insolente) sassy (AmE colloq), cheeky (BrE colloq)
b) (osado) <escote/persona> daring; <chiste> risqué

el atrevido diseño del edificio — the bold o adventurous design of the building

c) (valiente) brave
II
-da masculino, femenino
a) (insolente)

es un atrevido y un maleducado — he is sassy (AmE) o (BrE) cheeky and bad-mannered

b) (valiente)

el mundo es de los atrevidos — fortune favors the brave

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= brave [braver -comp., bravest -sup.], presumptuous, adventurous, cheeky [cheekier -comp., cheekiest -sup.], risqué, bawdy [bawdier -comp., bawdiest -sup.], fearless, impudent, bold [bolder -comp., boldest -sup.], pert, audacious, buccaneering.
Ex. It would be a brave man who would predict that such a process will always remain clumsy, slow and faulty in detail.
Ex. Many feel that it is presumptuous to think that a 150- to 250-word abstract can carry enough information from a well-written 3,000-word paper to be of much use except as a guide.
Ex. Many say the role of consumer advice centres as being simply mediators between the consumer and the retailer/manufacturer; only a few adventurous authorities encouraged the aggressive championing of consumer complaints.
Ex. The young man in the picture is myself snapped twenty-five years or so ago by a cheeky thirteen-year-old during the first few months of my first teaching job.
Ex. However, some of the central premises of the film are flawed, and the risqué touches, whether racial or erotic innuendo, are primarily there to titillate and make the film seem hot and controversial.
Ex. Their secondary aim was to print piratical, scurrilous and bawdy material for the people of Dublin.
Ex. He describes the decoration of the tombs, explaining that this artwork is a fearless thumbing of the nose at death itself.
Ex. The Library Association is impudent in suggesting that it will impose sanctions on those who fail to keep abreast of developments in librarianship.
Ex. 'Would it be bold of me to ask,' she said hesitantly, 'why is the Medical Center library virtually an autonomous unit?'.
Ex. He lingered round the bookstall looking at the books and papers till a pert girl behind the counter asked him if he wouldn't like a chair.
Ex. One of Belgium's most dangerous criminals, who staged an audacious jailbreak on a hijacked helicopter, has been tracked down to Morocco.
Ex. But whatever we make of their buccaneering spirit, the apostolic passion firing their hearts is surely beyond contention.
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* ignorancia es muy atrevida, la = ignorance is very daring.
* persona atrevida = risk taker.
* ser atrevido = make + a bold statement.
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I
-da adjetivo
a) (insolente) sassy (AmE colloq), cheeky (BrE colloq)
b) (osado) <escote/persona> daring; <chiste> risqué

el atrevido diseño del edificio — the bold o adventurous design of the building

c) (valiente) brave
II
-da masculino, femenino
a) (insolente)

es un atrevido y un maleducado — he is sassy (AmE) o (BrE) cheeky and bad-mannered

b) (valiente)

el mundo es de los atrevidos — fortune favors the brave

* * *
= brave [braver -comp., bravest -sup.], presumptuous, adventurous, cheeky [cheekier -comp., cheekiest -sup.], risqué, bawdy [bawdier -comp., bawdiest -sup.], fearless, impudent, bold [bolder -comp., boldest -sup.], pert, audacious, buccaneering.

Ex: It would be a brave man who would predict that such a process will always remain clumsy, slow and faulty in detail.

Ex: Many feel that it is presumptuous to think that a 150- to 250-word abstract can carry enough information from a well-written 3,000-word paper to be of much use except as a guide.
Ex: Many say the role of consumer advice centres as being simply mediators between the consumer and the retailer/manufacturer; only a few adventurous authorities encouraged the aggressive championing of consumer complaints.
Ex: The young man in the picture is myself snapped twenty-five years or so ago by a cheeky thirteen-year-old during the first few months of my first teaching job.
Ex: However, some of the central premises of the film are flawed, and the risqué touches, whether racial or erotic innuendo, are primarily there to titillate and make the film seem hot and controversial.
Ex: Their secondary aim was to print piratical, scurrilous and bawdy material for the people of Dublin.
Ex: He describes the decoration of the tombs, explaining that this artwork is a fearless thumbing of the nose at death itself.
Ex: The Library Association is impudent in suggesting that it will impose sanctions on those who fail to keep abreast of developments in librarianship.
Ex: 'Would it be bold of me to ask,' she said hesitantly, 'why is the Medical Center library virtually an autonomous unit?'.
Ex: He lingered round the bookstall looking at the books and papers till a pert girl behind the counter asked him if he wouldn't like a chair.
Ex: One of Belgium's most dangerous criminals, who staged an audacious jailbreak on a hijacked helicopter, has been tracked down to Morocco.
Ex: But whatever we make of their buccaneering spirit, the apostolic passion firing their hearts is surely beyond contention.
* ignorancia es muy atrevida, la = ignorance is very daring.
* persona atrevida = risk taker.
* ser atrevido = make + a bold statement.

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atrevido1 -da
adjective
1 (insolente) mouthy (AmE colloq), sassy (AmE colloq), cheeky (BrE colloq)
2 (osado) ‹escote/vestido› daring; ‹chiste› risqué
el atrevido diseño del edificio the bold o adventurous design of the building
me parece algo atrevido decir una cosa así I think it would be rash to say such a thing
un escritor atrevido a daring writer
3 (valiente) brave
¿te vas a vivir allí? eres muy atrevido are you going to live there? that's very brave of you
atrevido2 -da
masculine, feminine
1
(insolente): ese niño es un atrevido y un maleducado that little boy is mouthy (AmE) o sassy (AmE) o (BrE) cheeky and bad-mannered (colloq)
2
(valiente): el mundo es de los atrevidos fortune favors the brave
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Del verbo atreverse: (conjugate atreverse)

atrevido es:

el participio

Multiple Entries:
atreverse    
atrevido
atreverse (conjugate atreverse) verbo pronominal
to dare;
¡anda, atrévete! go on then, I dare you (to);

no me atrevo a decírselo I daren't tell him;
¿cómo te atreves a pegarle? how dare you hit him?;
¿a que conmigo no te atreves? I bet you wouldn't dare take me on
atrevido -da adjetivo
a) (insolente) sassy (AmE colloq), cheeky (BrE colloq)

b) (osado) ‹escote/personadaring;

chisterisqué;
diseñobold
c) (valiente) brave

atreverse verbo reflexivo to dare: ¿te atreves a hacerlo?, do you dare to do it? o dare you do it? ➣ Ver nota en dare
atrevido,-a adjetivo
1 (descarado) daring, bold
2 (insolente) cheeky, impudent
3 (un vestido) risqué
'atrevido' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
arrojada
- arrojado
- atrevida
- desvergonzada
- desvergonzado
- impertinente
- lanzada
- lanzado
English:
audacious
- daredevil
- daring
- naughty
- presumptuous
- revealing
- forward
- risqué
- sassy
- unadventurous
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atrevido, -a
adj
1. [osado] daring;
es muy atrevido, le encantan los deportes de riesgo he's very daring, he loves dangerous sports;
un escote atrevido a daring neckline;
una película/escultura atrevida a bold movie/sculpture
2. [caradura] cheeky
nm,f
1. [osado] daring person
2. [caradura] cheeky person;
¡qué atrevido, contestar así a tu madre! what a cheek, answering your mother back like that!
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atrevido
adj
1 (insolente) sassy fam, Br
cheeky fam
2 (valiente) brave, daring
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atrevido, -da adj
1) : bold, daring
2) : insolent
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atrevido adj
1. (audaz) daring
fue más atrevido que de costumbre he was more daring than usual
2. (insolente) cheeky [comp. cheekier; superl. cheekiest]
su madre le dijo que no fuera tan atrevido his mother told him not to be so cheeky

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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