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to pluck up courage to do something

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  • pluck up (the) courage (to do something) — phrase to persuade yourself to do something that frightens you He finally plucked up the courage to speak to her. Thesaurus: to be ready, or to get ready for somethingsynonym Main entry: pluck * * * pluck up (t …   Useful english dictionary

  • pluck up courage — ● courage * * * I pluck up (or screw up or take) courage make an effort to do something that frightens one II see courage * * * pluck up (the) courage ◇ If you pluck up (the) courage to do something, you become brave enough to do it …   Useful english dictionary

  • pluck up courage — summon up enough courage to do something frightening. → pluck …   English new terms dictionary

  • pluck up the courage — pluck up (the) courage ◇ If you pluck up (the) courage to do something, you become brave enough to do it. He finally plucked up the courage to ask her out on a date. • • • Main Entry: ↑pluck …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pluck — Pluck, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Plucked}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Plucking}.] [AS. pluccian; akin to LG. & D. plukken, G. pfl[ u]cken, Icel. plokka, plukka, Dan. plukke, Sw. plocka. ?27.] 1. To pull; to draw. [1913 Webster] Its own nature . . . plucks on… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • pluck — pluck1 [plʌk] v ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(pull something)¦ 2 pluck your eyebrows 3¦(take somebody/something away)¦ 4¦(chicken)¦ 5 pluck up (the) courage (to do something) 6¦(music)¦ 7 pluck something out of the air 7 pluck something out of thin air Phrasal… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pluck — [[t]plʌ̱k[/t]] plucks, plucking, plucked 1) VERB If you pluck a fruit, flower, or leaf, you take it between your fingers and pull it in order to remove it from its stalk where it is growing. [WRITTEN] [V n from n] I plucked a lemon from the tree …   English dictionary

  • pluck — I UK [plʌk] / US verb Word forms pluck : present tense I/you/we/they pluck he/she/it plucks present participle plucking past tense plucked past participle plucked * 1) [transitive] to pull the feathers off the body of a dead bird so that it can… …   English dictionary

  • pluck — pluck1 [ plʌk ] verb * 1. ) transitive to pull the feathers off the body of a dead bird so that it can be cooked: a plucked chicken a ) MAINLY LITERARY to pull a piece of fruit from a tree, or a flower or leaf from a plant: PICK b ) to pull a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • courage — cour|age [ kʌrıdʒ ] noun uncount ** the ability to do something that you know is right or good, even though it is dangerous, frightening, or very difficult: She has shown immense courage in opposing a corrupt and violent regime. have the courage… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • courage */*/ — UK [ˈkʌrɪdʒ] / US noun [uncountable] a) the ability to do something that you know is right or good, even though it is dangerous, frightening, or very difficult She has shown immense courage in opposing a corrupt and violent regime. have the… …   English dictionary


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