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Have the guts

Meaning/Usage: Brave; courage

Explanation: "Guts" is the stomach area. Having "guts" is representing you have a strong stomach. When you have "guts" you are saying you are brave or have a lot of courage.

"I don't have the guts to go bungee jumping."
"He doesn't have the guts to ask her on a date."
"He has a lot of guts to be hunting by himself."

A: "I heard you went to Sky Mountain Park. How was it."
B: "It was pretty fun."
A: "Did you go on the monster ride?"
B: "No. I didn't have the guts to go on that ride. It was too scary."

Other Common Sentences

"He's very courageous."
"He's got balls to be doing that."
"He isn't afraid of anything."

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