dare noun Meaning in Cambridge Learner Dictionary
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noun [C]
something that you do to prove that you are not afraid: [usually singular] She climbed down the cliff for a dare.Competing and contending (non-sporting)Competing in sport
Translations of “dare”
in Korean 모험…
in Arabic جُرأة…
in Portuguese desafio, provocação…
in Catalan desafiament…
in Japanese (無鉄砲な)挑戦…
in Italian sfida…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在激將法做出的事,應他人挑戰而做出的事…
in Russian вызов…
in Turkish cüret, cesaret…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在激将法的作用下做出的事,应他人挑战而做出的事…
in Polish wyzwanie…
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