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Princeton's WordNet

  1. take heart, buck up(verb)

    gain courage


  1. take heart(Verb)

    to be courageous; to regain one's courage


  1. Take Heart

    Take Heart is a 1979 album by Juice Newton on Capitol Records. The album contains five charting country hits, including Newton's top-40 version of '"Sunshine". The album was released on CD for the first time on May 7, 2012 by BGO Records.

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  • bon courageFrench
  • hleypa í sig hörku, taka í sig kjark, safna kjarki, brynja sig þolinmæði, hleypa í sig kjarki, öðlast kjark, herða upp hugann, taka á öllu sínu, herða sig upp, mjálma í sig móðinn, manna sig upp í að, setja í sig móðIcelandic
  • がんばって, がんばれJapanese

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