bold collocations and examples

 UK /bəʊld/

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involving a risk, or not afraid to take a risk


Nouns frequently used with bold
action: attempt, decision, initiative, move, stepCapital took the bold move to cut the amount of advertising on the station almost in half.statement: assertion, claim, statementSnow began with the bold statement ‘Scientists are the most important occupational group in the world today’.
Verbs frequently used with bold
become, get, growThe sea-raiders were growing bolder in their attacks upon the coast.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with bold
ambitious, daring, exciting, imaginative, innovativeThe paper urges the administration to be bold and imaginative in its approach to climate change.
 
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