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adventurenoun [C or U]

uk   /ədˈven.tʃər/ us   /ədˈven.tʃɚ/
A2 an unusual, exciting, and possibly dangerous activity, such as a trip or experience, or the excitement produced by such an activity: She had some exciting adventures in Egypt. We got lost on the Metro - it was quite an adventure. Sam won't come - he's got no sense of adventure (= he does not enjoy dangerous or exciting situations).

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adventurenoun [C/U]

us   /ədˈven·tʃər, æd-/
an unusual, exciting, and possibly dangerous activity, trip, or experience, or the excitement produced by such activities: [C] She had some exciting adventures in Peru. [U] Henry is looking for thrills and adventure.
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Translations of “adventure”
in Korean 모험…
in Arabic مُغامَرة…
in Malaysian pengembaraan…
in French aventure…
in Russian приключение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冒險,歷險, 奇遇, 刺激…
in Italian avventura…
in Turkish macera…
in Polish przygoda…
in Spanish aventura…
in Vietnamese chuyến phiêu lưu…
in Portuguese aventura…
in Thai การผจญภัย…
in German das Abenteuer…
in Catalan aventura…
in Japanese 冒険…
in Chinese (Simplified) 冒险,历险, 奇遇, 刺激…
in Indonesian petualangan…
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