Noun(1) the courage to carry on
(1) Carnatic musicians today have more avenues to prove their mettle than artistes in general had even a few years ago.(2) the team showed their true mettle in the second half(3) Securing the future of Social Security is a vital test of the current Congress' mettle .(4) But they better show their mettle , given that reunification is around the corner.(5) This woman of steel has proved her mettle many a time, in her feisty battle with the judiciary and opposition.(6) It will take sterner tests before we see the true mettle of these Mayo players.(7) I am pretty sure he means resources, mettle and grit but the point is well-made.(8) It is the closest that the PGA Tour has come to links conditions, the ultimate test of a golfer's mettle and patience.(9) Even computers were not left behind and an entire roomful of youngsters showed their mettle with the gadgets.(10) But where the program really shows its mettle is in the certification requirement.(11) The true mettle of the new British system won't be apparent until it's tested in a crisis.(12) He can start by showing mettle and reversing the decision to hold a public inquiry.(13) This is really the basis of assessing character, where people show their true mettle .(14) He had to find his mettle as a leader, and he quickly realised that musical talent was not enough.(15) I cannot say I am confident every jellyfish that has held the post since then would have shown the same mettle .(16) Give some of the youngsters in the bank a chance to show their mettle .
1. spirit ::
2. caliber ::
3. nerve ::
Different Formsmettle, mettlesome
English to Tajik Dictionary: mettle
Meaning and definitions of mettle, translation in Tajik language for mettle with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of mettle in Tajik and in English language.
Tags for the entry "mettle"
What mettle means in Tajik, mettle meaning in Tajik, mettle definition, examples and pronunciation of mettle in Tajik language.