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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.
Translations of “dare”
in French oser, défier…
in German wagen, herausfordern…
in Chinese (Simplified) 勇敢/鲁莽, 敢于, 胆敢…
in Chinese (Traditional) 勇敢/魯莽, 敢於, 膽敢,竟敢…
(Definition of dare from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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