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Translation of "dare" - English-Turkish dictionary

dare

verb     /deər/
dare (to) do sth B2 to be brave enough to do something cesaret etmek, cüret göstermek/etmek I didn't dare tell Dad that I'd scratched his car.Taking risksGambling and bookmakingCompeting and contending (non-sporting)Competing in sport
dare sb to do sth C1 to try to make someone do something dangerous tehlikeli birşeyi yapmaya zorlamak, cesaretlendirmek, teşvik etmek She dared her friend to climb onto the roof.Taking risksGambling and bookmaking
Don't you dare informal C2 used to tell someone angrily not to do something birinin bir şeyi yapmamasını kızgınca söylemek için kullanılır, kızarak ikaz etmek; Hele bir dene!; Hele bir kalkışta görelim! Don't you dare hit your sister!Intensifying expressions
How dare she/you, etc C1 used to express anger about something someone has done Ne cesaretle...!; Hangi cüretle! How dare you talk to me like that!Intensifying expressionsExpressions of anger
I dare say ( also I daresay) C2 used when you think that something is probably true or will probably happen Sanırım; Galiba I dare say she'll change her mind.Possible and probable
Translations of “dare”
in Spanish atraverse, osar, desafiar…
in Vietnamese dám, thách thức…
in Thai กล้า, ท้าทาย…
in Malaysian berani, bertaruh…
in French oser, défier…
in German wagen, herausfordern…
in Indonesian berani, menantang…
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 verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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