- vt. 敢；挑战；冒...的风险
- vi. 勇于；胆敢
- aux. 胆敢
- n. 胆量；挑战
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- vt. 敢; 敢做 have the courage; venture; face
- vt. 向…挑战,激 challenge; suggest that sb has not the courage or ability to do sth
- 敢,竟敢 have sufficient courage or impudence
- [S]激将；挑战 sth dangerous, difficult or embarrassing that you try to persuade sb to do, to see if they will do it;an invitation to do sth dangerous as a war of proving one's bravery;challenge
a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardy;
"he could never refuse a dare"
take upon oneself; act presumptuously, without permission;
"How dare you call my lawyer?"
to be courageous enough to try or do something;
"I don't dare call him"
"she dares to dress differently from the others"
"I dare you!"
- The gymnast dared a breathtakingly difficult move.
- He dared me to jump over the river.
- He dared his grandfather's displeasure when he left the family business.
- I would do it if I dared.
- Go ahead and dive if you dare.
- I dare say you are right.
- I dare not touch the flower for its tenderness.
- If he dare say such a thing again, I shall knock him down.
- Don't worry! I am just trying my dare.
- He only entered the competition for a dare.
- I dared him, but he didn't.
- Throw it at him! I dare you!
- Go on, phone the police. I dare you.
- It's like they're daring us, trying to see how much we can take.
- He dares any danger.
- Brave men dare great dangers.
- He dared his father's displeasure when he left the family business.
- People dare the power of a dictator.
- He would dare all things in the cause of justice.
- Why didn't you dare it before?
- I will do it if I am dared.
- I cannot suffer to be dared by any.
- He didn't dare to speak to her.
- She did not dare to look at him.
- They wouldn't dare to be so rude.
- Who dares to speak for the people?
- I wondered how he dared to say such a thing.
- For a long while no one dared even to whisper.
- “Does he dare (to) go?”“He dares go.”
- He won't dare deny it.
- Does anyone dare approach that dog?
- Everyone in the office complains that he smells awful but nobody dares actually mention it to him.
- I've never dared ask her.
- I dare you to jump over the stream.
- She dared him to dive after her.
- I dare you to ask her to dance.
- I dare you to tell your father!
- I dared him to jump from the bridge into the river.
- He dared me to walk down Chang'an street in my pyjamas.
- I dared him to ask the teacher to give us a holiday tomorrow.
- I dare you to do it again!
- The old man dared him to steal the bike.
- He dared the boy to knock at the old man's door.
- I can't do that—I simply wouldn't dare.
- He was under attack for daring to criticize the Prime Minister.
- She looked round fiercely, daring them to contradict.
- She waved her fist at him, daring him to come any closer.
- I daren't ask her for a rise.
- I don't know whether he dare try.
- She wanted the money badly, but she daren't ask for it.
- He dare not mention the subject again.
- We're so late I daren't look at my watch.
- I daren't think how much it's going to cost.
- He dared not show that he was pleased.
- Dare you tell him the news?
- I show him my new blouse but I dared not tell him how much it cost.
- There was something, dare I say it, a little unusual about him.
- The British singers were, dare I say it, very poor.
- I didn't suppose you'd take a dare like that.
- “Why don't you fight him?”“Is that a dare?”
- I jumped off the wall for a dare.
- He jumped in the river at twelve o'clock last night for a dare.
- When he was 14, he had stayed out all night for a dare.
- He climbed onto the roof for a dare.
- He said that he had gone into the lion's cage for a dare.
- She learned to fly on a dare.
- He did it on a dare.
- how dare...
用以表示愤慨 (used to express indignation at actions of others)
- I dare say
我相信,可能 I accept (sth) as a true or possible fact
- you dare〔don't you dare〕
不要,不准 do not
- dare any danger 敢承担〔冒〕任何危险
Sin is the dare of God's justice.出自： Bunyan
I wanted to see if I could keep up this arduous task. In a way, I made myself a dare.出自： Lyndon B. Johnson
None of the disciples durst aske him, Who art thou?出自：Bible (AV): John
No one would dare to desert.出自： W. Irving
He would have gone himself, but he dared not.出自： J. Buchan
I don't dare mention his name to my family.出自： G. Vidal
- dare用作实义动词时,有时态和人称的变化,用do, does或did来构成否定句或疑问句。
- dare用作情态动词,一般用于疑问句、否定句或条件句,或与hardly, never, no one, nobody等连用。有时态变化,但没有人称形式的变化,其后接动词原形。构成疑问句和否定句时不用助动词do。
- 表示“在激将法的鼓动下”用for a dare是英式英语用法，用on a dare是美式英语用法。
- dare, venture
- dare和venture都可用作及物动词,表示“敢,敢于”。但用法稍有区别:dare为常用词,着重指有足够的勇气和胆量去做某事; venture属正式用语,着重指不顾客观实际而冒险一试。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的durran，意为冒险。