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venturesome

adjective uk   /ˈven.tʃə.səm/  us   /-tʃɚ-/ formal
used to describe a person who is willing to take risks, or an action or behaviour that involves risks: He has become more venturesome this season with dress designs that incorporate a variety of ethnic influences.
Translations of “venturesome”
in Chinese (Traditional) 愛冒險的, 冒險的,有風險的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 爱冒险的, 冒险的,有风险的…
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