daresay Meaning, definition in Cambridge English Dictionary
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daresayverb

uk   /ˌdeəˈseɪ/  us   /ˌder-/ /ˈdeə.seɪ/ mainly UK
I daresay C2 (also I dare say) used to say that you agree or think that something is true: "She's got a lot of admirers." "I daresay - she's very beautiful." He gets paid a lot of money, but I daresay (that) he earns it.
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