Dare in spanish


pronunciation: ɑtɹ̩ebimientoʊ part of speech: verb
In gestures

dare1 = atreverse. 

Example: As far as Hernandez could determine, no one dared to approach him with suggestions for needed changes in library policy or procedure or, heaven forbid, in his personal management style.


» dare I say = yo me atrevería a decir.

Example: Professional skills are enhanced by the opportunity which IFLA provides to taste the cultures of other countries in a very accessible (dare I say privileged?) way.

» dare to + tread = atreverse a tratar.

Example: This book on the Vedic religious imagination covers an area of Indian studies that few dare to tread.

dare2 = desafiar, retar. 

Example: 'Nah,' Kate chuckled, getting his drift, and then said 'I would've just barged in there and dared them to throw me out!' = "No" se rió Kate, entendiendo lo que él quería decir, y después dijo "!Hubiera irrumpido y les hubiese retado a echarme a la calle!".


» daredevil = acróbata temerario.

Example: A Russian daredevil has been charged for carrying out death-defying acrobatics atop a downtown Toronto tower earlier this month.

» daredevil = temerario, osado, audaz, atrevido.

Example: She was one of the first women to become a pilot, and she helped test different airplanes on her daredevil flights.

Dare synonyms

defy in spanish: desafiar, pronunciation: dɪfaɪ part of speech: verb daring in spanish: atrevido, pronunciation: derɪŋ part of speech: adjective make bold in spanish: hacer negrita, pronunciation: meɪkboʊld part of speech: verb presume to in spanish: presumir de, pronunciation: prɪzumtu
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