bold · adjective /boʊld/Full view
B2 strong in color or shape and therefore easy to notice
Dictionary example:

bold colors/letters

Learner example:

It had some advertisements and I could read something written in bold words. (Preliminary English Test; B1; Korean)

bold (BRAVE)
B2 not frightened of taking risks
Dictionary examples:

She was a bold and fearless climber.

It was a bold decision to go and live abroad.

The newspaper made the bold move/took the bold step of publishing the names of the men involved.

Learner example:

That was the punishment for being bold! (First Certificate in English; B2; Swedish)

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