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dare

verb   /deər/ ( present participle daring, past tense and past participle dared)
dare (to) do something
to be brave enough to do something atreverse a hacer algo I didn’t dare tell Dad that I’d scratched his car.
dare someone to do something
to try to make someone do something dangerous desafiar a alguien a hacer algo She dared her friend to climb onto the roof.
don’t you dare!
used to tell someone angrily not to do something ¡ni se te ocurra! Don’t you dare try to stop me!
how dare she, you, etc.
said when you are very angry about something someone has done cómo se atreve, te atreves, etc. How dare you talk to me like that!
noun   /deər/
something that you do to prove that you are not afraid desafío She climbed down the cliff for a dare.
(Definition of dare from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dare

verb /deə/ ( negative short form daren’t)
to be brave enough (to do something) atraverse, osar I daren’t go I don’t dare (to) go He wouldn’t dare do a thing like that Don’t you dare say such a thing again!
to challenge desafiar I dare you to do it.
daring adjective
bold; courageous arriesgado He was a daring pilot They made a daring attempt to rescue the climber.
daredevil noun
a bold or reckless person temerario, atrevido (also adjective) a daredevil motorcyclist.
I dare say ( also I daresay)
I suppose (so) supongo, me imagino I dare say you’re right ’Will you be there?’ ’Oh, I dare say.
(Definition of dare from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dare”
in Vietnamese dám, thách thức…
in Malaysian berani, bertaruh…
in Thai กล้า, ท้าทาย…
in French oser, défier…
in German wagen, herausfordern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勇敢/魯莽, 敢於, 膽敢,竟敢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 勇敢/鲁莽, 敢于, 胆敢…
in Indonesian berani, menantang…
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