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audācia ae, f

audax, daring, courage, valor, bravery, boldness, intrepidity: in bello, S.: audaciae egere, S.: miraculo audaciae obstupefecit hostis, L.: si verbis audacia detur, if I may speak boldly, O.Daring, audacity, presumption, temerity, insolence. hominis inpudens, T.: Tantā adfectus audaciā, T.: (vir) summā audaciā, Cs.: consilium plenum audaciae: intoleranda, S.: in audaces non est audacia tuta, O.: quantas audacias, daring deeds: non humanae ac tolerandae audaciae (hominum sunt).

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