Have The Guts | English Idiom

If you have the guts to do something you have got enough courage to do it.

  • If I had the guts I would ask her on a date.
  • She doesn’t have the guts to stay in a dark room.
  • Do you have the guts to go parasailing?
  • The kids insisted on taking the rollercoaster ride, but I didn’t have the guts to do it.
  • She may be young, but she has the guts to do everything on her own.

Other sentences expressing similar meanings are:

  • He is very courageous.
  • If I was bold enough I would ask her on a date.
  • She isn’t afraid of anything.
  • I don’t have the courage to go parasailing.
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