- adj.无耻的; 黄铜制的; 坚硬的; 声音响亮刺耳的;
- 副词: brazenly;
- 名词: brazenness;
She had become brazen about the whole affair.
Stung by recent publicity, the Home Office now seems to be trying to brazen this issue out.
If you are caught simply argue that "everyone does it" and brazen it out.
They're quite brazen about their bisexuality, it doesn't worry them.
They showed a brazen disregard for her privacy.
The brazen woman laughed loudly at the judge who sentenced her.
Some people prefer to brazen a thing out rather than admit defeat.
Her brazen contempt for authority angered the officials.
Another picture shows Danae in the brazen tower in which her father had imprisoned her.
McCaul and his men began to make brazen attempts to recuit KGB men.
How can you believe such a brazen lie?
I had steeled myself to brazen it out, though I was trembling inwardly.
Bold and brazen in chili red.
Brazen it out ? He wasn't the sort.
——汉英文学 - 骆驼祥子
If we could, would we discuss it them what lies brazen?
如果我可以, 我会告诉他们前路是什么样的 吗 ?
Pakistan was hit with another round of deadly and brazen violence.
It was brazen of him to say so!
He was startled by the brazen notes of the horns.
Now that everyone knew the truth, the only thing to do was to brazen it out.
She is a brazen hussy.
Even both sham and brazen can not describe those people.
Yet, being a born liar , he was unruffled and ready with a brazen reply.
Although his deception has been discovered, he decides to brazen it out.
Although his deception had been discovered, he decided brazen it out.
Some people prefer brazen out rather than admit defeat.
He preferred to brazen it out rather than admit defeat.
Mandatory retirement is a brazen infringement on one's right to work.
Better , it was argued , for Hamas to brazen things out.
Be brazen and bold about asking.
1. face with defiance or impudence;
"brazen it out"
1. unrestrained by convention or propriety;
"an audacious trick to pull"
"a barefaced hypocrite"
"the most bodacious display of tourism this side of Anaheim"- Los Angeles Times
"the modern world with its quick material successes and insolent belief in the boundless possibilities of progress"- Bertrand Russell
2. made of or resembling brass (as in color or hardness)
brazen it (或 something) out
endure an embarrassing or difficult situation by behaving with apparent confidence and lack of shame