The idiom of “You have no fear” is from “Zuo Zhuan. It means that if you have something to rely on, you will not be afraid and you will boldly go ahead and challenge it.
Being fearless is a very common idiom, and it’s also something we often talk about, such as “everyone who is favored is fearless”. So, what exactly does it mean to be fearless?
In the twenty-six years of his life, Zuo Zhuan. Xi Gong, written by Zuo Qiu Ming in the Spring and Autumn period, he wrote of the saying, “If rooms are hung up and there is no grass in the wild, why rely on them and not fear them?”. This means that in the air indoors, there is nothing, there is not even grass in the field, what not to rely on not to be afraid. Therefore, “fearlessness” came from this
Relying: relying on, fear: fear. So connecting means not being afraid because you have something to rely on, and having no scruples.
From the meaning of being emboldened, we can understand that this idiom is a derogatory term. Similar idioms include bullying and bullying. The antonym is timid.