1. a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardy;
1. take upon oneself; act presumptuously, without permission;
2. to be courageous enough to try or do something;
How dare you? Take your hand off me at once.
I dare you to jump over the stream.
I'm now up to my ears in debt and dare not borrow any more money.
How dare you lay a finger on him?
They did not dare to put their names to what they wrote.
Try it if you dare.
I took his dare to jump.
I dare you to speak to my face.
How dare you take such liberties!
We are sure you dare not.
I dare say he jobs in elections.
He didn't dare to speak to her.
How dare you dispute against my orders?
How dare you class my husband with yourself?
He does not dare to do it.
Tom didn't dare to do it.
I dare not risk it; it's too dangerous.
I don't think he dare.
Dare you tell him the news?
He didn't dare to look at her in the face.
He dare not mention the subject again.
Don't you dare tear up her ticket.
How dare you talk back to me!
I dare to hope that your heart will be touched by the tidings of my survival.
Politicians usually attract younger women, dare I say it, because of the status they have in society.
Sometimes I hardly dare open my mouth.
Holland would never dare cast himself as a virtuoso pianist.
How dare you pick up the phone and listen in on my conversations!
I dare say that the computer would provide a clear answer to that.
I dare say (或 daresay)
used to indicate that one believes something is probable
I dare say you've heard about her.
venture, chance, dare, hazard, risk
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