Translation for 'intrepid' from English to Russian
ADJ   intrepid | more intrepid | most intrepid
SYNO audacious | brave | dauntless | ...
бестрепетный {adj} [возв.] [неустрашимый]intrepid
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Translation for 'intrepid' from English to Russian

бестрепетный {adj} [возв.] [неустрашимый]
Usage Examples English
  • A murder during the Alaskan Gold Rush has ramifications that lead to murder in the present day. This is the first novel for Mason's intrepid switchboard operator, Gertie.
  • Harris's companion, Miss Sophia Stocks, was described by journalists present as an intrepid girl and was reported to have got into the balloon's gondola "with but slight appearance of fear".
  • The Fringe set the mood in the run up to Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival on 8 and 9 August 2008, offering a musical trail around the Highlands for the intrepid music lover.
  • and included cinematic themes such as the intrepid archaeologist.
  • "Llandudno Jones", an intrepid Welsh explorer.

  • Chris Pepper (Lawford) and Charlie Salt (Davis) own a nightclub in Swinging London, operating under the suspicious eye of the intrepid Inspector Crabbe.
  • For many years an active and intrepid warrior in the service of France, Pfyffer won fame by safely leading the royal family of Charles IX from Meaux to Paris while under Huguenot attack (1567).
  • The numbers on the map and below suggest the shortest route by which a driver (or intrepid cyclist) may visit all of the Bufano sculptures in public spaces of San Francisco.
  • Rosa Porten plays the role of the variety artiste Stella Orlanda, an intrepid young woman manoeuvring between bourgeois mentality and the free spirit attributed to popular stage people.
  • An intrepid 10-year-old girl (Ripley Sobo) tries to help a veteran New York detective (Susan Sarandon) solve the kidnapping of a young woman (Luna Tieu).

  • Leune was an intrepid traveler throughout her life. For example, she visited Athens and Kérassunde (Giresun), Turkey in 1911.
  • Volume 1 contains the poems, volumes 2 to 5 prose works, volume 7 the audio plays, and volume 9 "Raoul Tranchirers Enzyklopädie für unerschrockene Leser", an encyclopedia for "intrepid readers".
  • Silver-gilt grade: awarded only for the most intrepid acts to the bearer of two silver grade medals.
  • Our intrepid families spend a trial week in an Australian or New Zealand city exploring property, work and lifestyle opportunities before checking out the true financial cost of living down under.
  • Another long running character of his was the intrepid newspaper reporter Kid Barrow (known by his nickname "Carrot"); a Tintinesque character.

  • In Arabic, Bas(s)el ([...] , "bāsil") is a name for boys that means "brave, fearless, intrepid".
  • In Sir George Rooke's vigorous and intrepid attack of Gibraltar, he commanded [...] , one of the ships at the Capture of Gibraltar.
  • Şehsuvar Hanım ([...]; [...] 1881 – [...] 1945; meaning "intrepid hero") was the first wife of Abdulmejid II, the last Caliph of the Ottoman Caliphate.
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