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brac·ing

 (brā′sĭng)
adj.
Invigorating or refreshing; strengthening: a bracing tonic.
n.
1. A support; a brace.
2. Braces considered as a group.

brac′ing·ly adv.

bracing

(ˈbreɪsɪŋ)
adj
refreshing; stimulating; invigorating: the air here is bracing.
n
(Mechanical Engineering) a system of braces used to strengthen or support: the bracing supporting the building is perfectly adequate.
ˈbracingly adv

brac•ing

(ˈbreɪ sɪŋ)

adj.
1. stimulating; invigorating.
2. of, pertaining to, or serving as a brace.
n.
3. a brace.
4. braces collectively.
5. material used for braces.
[1475–85]
brac′ing•ly, adv.
brac′ing•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bracing - a structural member used to stiffen a frameworkbracing - a structural member used to stiffen a framework
crosspiece - a transverse brace
framework - a structure supporting or containing something
gusset plate, gusset - a metal plate used to strengthen a joist
guy cable, guy rope, guy wire, guy - a cable, wire, or rope that is used to brace something (especially a tent)
stay - (nautical) brace consisting of a heavy rope or wire cable used as a support for a mast or spar
strengthener, reinforcement - a device designed to provide additional strength; "the cardboard backing was just a strengthener"; "he used gummed reinforcements to hold the page in his notebook"
stringer - brace consisting of a longitudinal member to strengthen a fuselage or hull
structural member - support that is a constituent part of any structure or building
strut - brace consisting of a bar or rod used to resist longitudinal compression
crosstie, railroad tie, sleeper, tie - one of the cross braces that support the rails on a railway track; "the British call a railroad tie a sleeper"
Adj.1.bracing - imparting vitality and energybracing - imparting vitality and energy; "the bracing mountain air"
invigorating - imparting strength and vitality; "the invigorating mountain air"

bracing

bracing

adjective
Translations
مُنعش، ُنشّط
svěží
forfriskende
hressandi, styrkjandi
canlandırıcızindelik verici

bracing

[ˈbreɪsɪŋ] ADJ [air, activity] → vigorizante

bracing

[ˈbreɪsɪŋ] adjtonifiant(e), vivifiant(e)

bracing

adjbelebend, anregend; climateReiz-

bracing

[ˈbreɪsɪŋ] adj (air) → tonificante, vivificante

brace

(breis) noun
1. something that draws together and holds tightly. a brace to straighten teeth.
2. a pair usually of game-birds. a brace of pheasants.
verb
to make (often oneself) firm or steady. He braced himself for the struggle.
ˈbraces noun plural
(American suˈspenders) straps over the shoulders for holding up the trousers.
ˈbracing adjective
healthy. bracing sea air.

brac·ing

n. aplicación de una abrazadera.
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