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sang-froid, sang froid, sangfroid (sang FRWAHD), (sahn FRWAH) (s) (noun); sang-froids, sang froids, sangfroids (pl)
1. Self-possession or calmness; especially, in a dangerous or stressful situation: Despite the physical and emotional pressure she was under at work, Sally managed to maintain her sangfroid and to provide composure, solid leadership, and support for her staff.
2. Etymology: French sang, "blood"; from Old French, from Latin sanguis, "blood" + froid, "cold"; from Old French, from Vulgar Latin frigidus, alteration of Latin frigidus.
Freedom from agitation or stress.
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Being calm in a dangerous situation.
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Composure, calmness; especially, in a dangerous or stressful circumstances. (2)