English → English - nerve

Pronunciation
n. any bundle of fibers belonging to the nervous system that transmits sensations and messages between the brain and other parts of the body; tendon (Anatomy); vein in a leaf or insect wing; courage; daring; rude boldness (Informal)
v. embolden; gather courage, strengthen oneself; cheer, encourage, inspire
v. irritate, harass, tease, prick

English → Spanish - nerve

Pronunciation
s. nervio, arrojo, audacia, brío, nervadura, nervatura; descaro
v. animar, dar ánimo

English → French - nerve

Pronunciation
n. nerf; audace; culot; tendon
v. avoir de l'audace, avoir du nerf; encourager; renforcer

English → German - nerve

Pronunciation
n. Nerv; Mut; Frechheit
v. kräftigen; bestärken; ermutigen

English → Indonesian - nerve

Pronunciation
n. saraf, urat saraf, sinu, tenaga, kepercayaan pd diri sendiri, keberanian, kelancangan, otot, tulang
v. memberanikan

English → Italian - nerve

Pronunciation
s. (Anat) nervo; (fig) forza, vigore, vigoria; (fig) coraggio, sangue freddo, fegato; (fam) faccia tosta, sfacciataggine, impudenza; nervatura
v. infondere coraggio a, fare animo a, dare forza a

English → Polish - nerve

Pronunciation
n. nerw {anat.}, energia, odwaga, tupet, żyłka, fibra
v. ośmielać
a. nerwowy

English → Portuguese - nerve

Pronunciation
s. nervo; coragem; descaro; sangue-frio; cinismo
v. animar; reforçar; revigorar

English → Romanian - nerve

Pronunciation
n. nerv, forţă, putere, energie, curaj, sânge rece, temeritate, obrăznicie, neobrăzare, tupeu
v. întări, ridica moralul, îmbărbăta, încuraja

English → Russian - nerve

Pronunciation
с. нерв, нервная система, нервы, нервозность; присутствие духа, мужество, хладнокровие; наглость, нахальство, дерзость; сила, энергия
г. придавать силу, придавать бодрость, придавать храбрость

English → Turkish - nerve

Pronunciation
f. cesaret vermek, guçlendirmek
i. asap, sinir, cüret, yüzsüzlük, cesaret, soğukkanlılık, çaba, gayret, damar (yaprak)

English → Ukrainian - nerve

Pronunciation
n. нерв, нервовість, зухвалість, нахабство, тятива, прожилка, мускул, сухожилля, система: нервова система, нерви, мужність, холоднокровність, сила, енергія, бадьорість
v. сила: надавати сили, мужність: надавати мужності, рішучість: надавати рішучості, набиратися духу, зібратися з силами

English → Dutch - nerve

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zn. zenuw; moed; geestkracht; brutaliteit
ww. zich moed inspreken; de moed verliezen; besluiteloos worden

English → Greek - nerve

Pronunciation
ουσ. κουράγιο, νεύρο, τόλμη, ψυχραιμία, θάρρος, θράσος
ρήμ. νευριάζω, ενδυναμώνω

English → Arabic - nerve

Pronunciation
‏جرأة، عصب، وتر، وقاحة، شجاعة، هستيريا، عصب الضرس، العصب‏
‏شجع، قوى‏

English → Chinese - nerve

Pronunciation
(名) 神经; 忧虑, 焦躁; 神经过敏; 勇敢, 胆量
(动) 鼓起勇气

English → Chinese - nerve

Pronunciation
(名) 神經; 憂慮, 焦躁; 神經過敏; 勇敢, 膽量
(動) 鼓起勇氣

English → Hindi - nerve

Pronunciation
n. नस, स्नायु, ताक़त, शक्ति, जोश, सरगर्मी, उत्साह, ढिठाई, गुस्ताख़ी, धृष्टता, रेशा
v. शक्ति देना, जोश देना, जोश में डालना, सरगर्मी देना

English → Japanese - nerve

Pronunciation
(名) 神経; 腱(解剖学); 昆虫の羽根の層にある管; 勇気; 大胆さ; 厚かましさ(略式)
(動) 大胆にする; 勇気を出す; 励ます

English → Korean - nerve

Pronunciation
명. 신경; 건 (해부학, 예 아킬레스건); 동식물의 맥상; 용감 무쌍; 뻔뻔스러움 (구어)
동. 용기를 내게 하다; 활기를 불어넣다, 힘내게 하다, 분발하게 하다; 격려하다, 용기를 불어넣다

English → Vietnamese - nerve

Pronunciation
n. thần kinh, khí lực, khí phách, gân lá, gân cánh côn trùng, gân lưng sách, gân, nỗi bực, khó chịu
v. làm cho mạnh thêm

Definition of nerve

Pronunciation
Noun
1. A bundle of neurons with their connective tissue sheaths, blood vessels and lymphatics.
The nerves can be seen through the skin.
2. A neuron.
3. A vein in a leaf; a grain in wood
Some plants have ornamental value because of their contrasting nerves
4. Courage, boldness.
He hasn't the nerve to tell her he likes her, what a wimp!
5. Patience. rfexample rfex
6. Stamina, endurance, fortitude.
7. Audacity, gall.
He had the nerve to enter my house uninvited.
8. Agitation caused by fear, stress or other negative emotion.
Ellie had a bad case of nerves before the big test.
9. Sinew, tendon.
Verb
10. To give courage; sometimes with "up".
May their example nerve us to face the enemy.
11. To give strength
The liquor nerved up several of the men after their icy march.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: nerving
Present: nerve (3.person: nerves)
Past: nerved
Future: will nerve
Present conditional: would nerve
Present Perfect: have nerved (3.person: has nerved)
Past Perfect: had nerved
Future Perfect: will have nerved
Past conditional: would have nerved
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