audacity

  • 1 Audacity — Interface d exploitation de Audacity sous Windows 7 …

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  • 3 Audacity — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Audacity Inter …

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  • 4 Audacity — Au*dac i*ty, n. 1. Daring spirit, resolution, or confidence; venturesomeness. [1913 Webster] The freedom and audacity necessary in the commerce of men. Tatler. [1913 Webster] 2. Reckless daring; presumptuous impudence; implying a contempt of law… …

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  • 5 audacity — [n1] recklessness, daring adventurousness, audaciousness, boldness, bravery, courage, dauntlessness, enterprise, fearlessness, guts, intrepidity, nerve, rashness, valor, venturesomeness; concept 633 Ant. care, carefulness, caution, reserve,… …

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  • 6 audacity — I noun audacia, audaciousness, bold front, boldness, bravado, brave face, bravura, confidence in one s powers, daring, defiance of danger, derring do, hardihood, intrepidity, nerve, overboldness, overdaring, protervitas, rashness, recklessness,… …

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  • 7 Audacity — es un programa multiplataforma de grabación y edición de sonidos fácil de usar, de libre uso y de código abierto distribuido bajo licencia GPL. Debido a su calidad ha sido introducido en numerosas distribuciones GNU/Linux al ser uno de los… …

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  • 8 audacity — mid 15c., from M.L. audacitas boldness, from L. audacis gen. of audax (see AUDACIOUS (Cf. audacious)) …

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  • 9 audacity — *temerity, hardihood, effrontery, nerve, cheek, gall Analogous words: intrepidity, boldness, courageousness (see corresponding adjectives at BRAVE): daring, daredeviltry, recklessness, rashness, foolhardiness (see corresponding adjectives at… …

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  • 10 audacity — [ô das′ə tē] n. [ME audacite < L audacia: see AUDACIOUS] 1. bold courage; daring 2. shameless or brazen boldness; insolence 3. pl. audacities an audacious act or remark SYN. TEMERITY …

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  • 11 Audacity — This article is about the audio software. For the meaning of the term and other uses, see Audacity (disambiguation). Audacity Audacity 1.3.12 Beta …

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  • 12 Audacity — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Audacity (значения). Audacity …

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  • 13 audacity — n. 1) to demonstrate, show audacity 2) sheer audacity 3) the audacity to + inf. (he had the audacity to ask for an increase in salary) * * * [ɔː dæsɪtɪ] show audacity sheer audacity to demonstrate the audacity to + inf. (he had the audacity to… …

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  • 14 audacity — au|dac|i|ty [o:ˈdæsıti US o: ] n [U] the quality of having enough courage to take risks or say impolite things have the audacity to do sth ▪ I can t believe he had the audacity to ask me for more money! …

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  • 15 audacity — au|dac|i|ty [ ɔ dæsəti ] noun uncount the confidence to say or do what you want, despite difficulties, risks, or the negative attitudes of other people: have the audacity to do something: She had the audacity to tell him off …

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  • 16 audacity — [[t]ɔːdæ̱sɪti[/t]] N UNCOUNT Audacity is audacious behaviour. I was shocked at the audacity and brazenness of the gangsters …

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  • 17 audacity — noun (U) the quality of having enough courage to take risks or say impolite things: have the audacity to do sth: I can t believe he had the audacity to ask me for more money! …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 audacity — noun 1) he had the audacity to contradict me Syn: impudence, impertinence, insolence, presumption, cheek, bad manners, effrontery, nerve, gall, defiance, temerity; informal chutzpah, sass See note at temerity …

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  • 19 audacity — UK [ɔːˈdæsətɪ] / US [ɔˈdæsətɪ] noun [uncountable] the confidence to say or do what you want, despite difficulties, risks, or the negative attitudes of other people have the audacity to do something: She had the audacity to tell him off …

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  • 20 audacity — noun (plural ties) Etymology: Middle English audacite, from Latin audac , audax Date: 15th century 1. the quality or state of being audacious: as a. intrepid boldness b. bold or arrogant disregard of normal r …

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