dare

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İngilizce - Türkçe
cüret etmek
cesaretlendir

Tom onu yapmam için cesaretlendirdi. - Tom dared me to do it.

Tom Mary'yi bunu yapması için cesaretlendirdi. - Tom dared Mary to do that.

{f} meydan okumak
{f} cesaret etmek
{f} kafa tutmak (Argo)
kafa tutmak
yiğitlik
cesaretlendirmek
yiğit
cesaret

Planıma hayır demeye cesaret edemedi. - He dared not say no to my plan.

O, soğuk algınlığına yakalanma korkusuyla odadan ayrılmaya cesaret edemiyor. - She doesn't dare leave the room for fear she should catch cold.

hodri meydan demek
yürekli olma
kalkışmak
meydan okuma
zorlamak
Does he dare do it O işi yapmaya cesareti var mı I dare
yılmayan adam
daredevil gözüpek kimse
dili Haydi yap baka
haddinden fazla cesur kimse
{f} riske girmek
daring
cüret
daring
cüretkar
daring
{s} cüretkâr
daring
gözüpek
dare devil
atılgan
dare devil
gözü pek
dare devil
yiğit
dare behaviour
cüretkar hareket
dare devil
şeytan cesaret
dare not
değil cesaret
dare of
ve cesaret
dare to dream
rüya cesaret
dare devilry
yiğitlik
dare devilry
atılganlık
dare devilry
gözüpeklik
dare deviltry
gözüpeklik
dare deviltry
yiğitlik
dare deviltry
atılganlık
dare say
dili varmak
dan dare
dan cesaret
I dare say
sanırım
dared
{f} cesaret et

Emirlerime itaat etmemeye cesaret etti. - He dared not to obey my order.

Odada bir baskı hissi vardı; Hiç kimse krala kararının ne kadar aptalca olduğunu söylemeye cesaret etmedi. - There was a feeling of constraint in the room; no one dared to tell the king how foolish his decision was.

daring
atak
daring
cesaret
daring
gözüpeklik
how dare you
ne cüretle
how dare you
ne cesaretle yaparsın
how dare you
(deyim) how dare you/he/they etc. ? bu ne yuzsuzluk nasil cesaret edersin?
i dare say
belki, diyebilirim ki
i double dare you
yap da görelim
i double dare you
sen yap ben de yaparim!
daring
çok yürekli
daring
gözü pek
daring
korkusuz
daring
cesaretle
daring
yeni
durst
cesaret etmek
how dare you
bu ne küstahlık
i dare say
diyebilirim ki
i dare say
zannedersem
daring
{i} yiğit
daring
yiğitlik
daring
{f} cesaret et
durst
{f} cesaret et
I dare say
(Or İ daresay) doğruyu söylemek gerekirse; sanırım, tahminim, tahmin edersem
I dare say
zannedersem, sanırım, bana kalırsa
comprise a dare
oluşturan bir cesaret
daring
cesur

Hayat ya cesur bir macera ya da hiçbir şeydir. - Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.

O cesur şeyler söylüyor. - He says daring things.

don't you dare
Eğer cesaret yok
dont you dare
için cesaret edemiyor muşun
durst
cesaretli
how dare you
Sen ne cesaretle ...? Sen ne cüretle ...?

How dare you speak to me like that?.

how dare you
bu ne cürret
i double dare you
(deyim) Yap da görelim! Sen yap ben de yaparım!
take a dare
(deyim) Başka bir kimsenin meydan okumasına karşı koymak
truth or dare
(Atasözü) doğruluk mu cesaret mi
Does he dare do it
O işi yapmaya cesareti var mı?
I dare you
yap da görelim
I dare you
hadi yap bakalım
daring
cüretli
daring
{s} pervasız
daring
dare Xkalkış
daring
{s} rizikolu
daring
tehlikeli
daring
{s} serüvenci
daring
garip/gözüpek
daring
{i} pervasızlık
daring
{i} cesurluk
daringly
tehlikeli halde
daringly
garip/gözüpek şekilde
don't you dare to
sakın kalkışma
don't you dare to
cüret edeyim deme
how dare you
bu ne cüret
how dare you say that
bunu ne cüretle söylersin
i dare you
Haydi yap bakalım
not dare to
göze alamamak
not dare to
cesaret edememek
not to dare
yüzü olmamak
not to dare
gözü kesmemek
not to dare to
götü yememek
take a dare
meydan okumaya karşılık vermek
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Hukuk) Vermek, bir malın mülkiyetini devretmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Vazife, görev, ödev
İngilizce - İngilizce
Abbreviation of Drug Abuse Resistance Education
Abbreviation of Dictionary of American Regional English
To defy or challenge (someone to do something)

I dare you to kiss that girl.

To have enough courage to meet or do something, go somewhere, etc.; to face up to

Will you dare death to reach your goal?.

A challenge to prove courage
To have enough courage (to do something)

I wouldn't dare argue with my boss.

{v} to defy, challenge, have curage, stare
{n} a defiance, challenge, fish, pain, harm
take upon oneself; act presumptuously, without permission; "How dare you call my lawyer?"
a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardy; "he could never refuse a dare" to be courageous enough to try or do something; "I don't dare call him", "she dares to dress differently from the others
If you do not dare to do something, you do not have enough courage to do it, or you do not want to do it because you fear the consequences. If you dare to do something, you do something which requires a lot of courage. Most people hate Harry but they don't dare to say so We have had problems in our family that I didn't dare tell Uncle. Dare is also a modal. Dare she risk staying where she was? The government dare not raise interest rates again `Are you coming with me?' --- `I can't, Alice. I daren't.'
Defiance; challenge
{i} venture, attempt, daring act; challenge
feelings You say `how dare you'' when you are very shocked and angry about something that someone has done. How dare you pick up the phone and listen in on my conversations!
to be courageous enough to try or do something; "I don't dare call him", "she dares to dress differently from the others
politeness You use `dare I say it' when you know that what you are going to say will disappoint or annoy someone. Politicians usually attract younger women, dare I say it, because of the status they have in society
to be courageous enough to try or do something; "I don't dare call him", "she dares to dress differently from the others"
Latin To give; to transfer See Dedimus
To have adequate or sufficient courage for any purpose; to be bold or venturesome; not to be afraid; to venture
To terrify; to daunt
{f} venture, have courage to do something difficult or dangerous; challenge someone to do something difficult or dangerous
a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardy; "he could never refuse a dare"
If you dare someone to do something, you challenge them to prove that they are not frightened of doing it. Over coffee, she lit a cigarette, her eyes daring him to comment
To challenge; to provoke; to defy
To lurk; to lie hid
have the courage to do something, not be shy
To have courage for; to attempt courageously; to venture to do or to undertake
A dare is a challenge which one person gives to another to do something dangerous or frightening. When found, the children said they'd run away for a dare
The quality of daring; venturesomeness; boldness; dash
A small fish; the dace
dare dares daring dared Dare sometimes behaves like an ordinary verb, for example `He dared to speak' and `He doesn't dare to speak' and sometimes like a modal, for example `He daren't speak'
feelings If you say to someone `don't you dare' do something, you are telling them not to do it and letting them know that you are angry. Allen, don't you dare go anywhere else, you hear?
challenge; "I dare you!"
You can use `I dare say' or `I daresay' before or after a statement to indicate that you believe it is probably true. = I suppose. Dictionary of American Regional English. The first child of English parents born in America. She disappeared with other members of the Lost Colony of Roanoke Island in Virginia. something dangerous that you have dared someone to do for a dare on a dare (=because someone has dared you to)
Drug Abuse Resistance Education Nationwide anti drug abuse educational program in which several police departments participate Its cost-effectiveness is being called into question by some area police agencies, and the Rochester PD has decided to abandon it
dare say
Think probable; suppose; believe. (Used in first person)

"Mary is unhappy now but I dare say she will be laughing about this tomorrow.", "There is no more ice cream on the table, but I dare say we can find some in the kitchen.".

dare devil
{s} (said of acts or actions) daring and dangerous; impulsive, reckless; adventurous
dare devil
{i} stunt man; recklessly daring person
dare to dream
have the courage to think beyond one's reality; think towards a better future
Dan Dare
the main character in one of the stories in the British comic for boys called The Eagle, popular especially in the 1950s and 1960s. He is the brave captain of a spacecraft and has many exciting adventures, and his main enemy is the Mekon. Dan Dare
O'Dare
A surname of Irish origin, variant of O'Deere, anglicised from Ó Duibhuidir. Most of the O’Dare clan now lives on the Eastern Coast of the US
Truth or Dare
A game in which each player in turn must either truthfully answer a question, or perform a dare
dares
Third-person singular of to dare
daring
A bold challenge, defiance

The cocky rascal kept accepting his mates' crazy dares.

daring
Boldness
daring
Adventurous, willing to take on or look for risks
daring
Present participle of dare
daringly
In a daring manner; boldly; courageously; fearlessly; impudently
double dare
To challenge with a double dare

I double dare you to add Donna as a friend on facebook.

double dare
A challenge that is harder or naughtier than a regular dare
triple dog dare
A popular American phrase used to denote compounding levels of dare "seriousness."

I triple dog dare you to jump.

truth or dare
A game where players take it in turn to perform a dare set by the other players, or answer a question truthfully put forth by them
daring
brave
I dare say
I would say that -
daring
{a} bold, adventurous, fearless, impudent
daringly
{a} boldly, courageously, saucily, pertly
I dare say
(Or I daresay) Used to say that you agree or think that something is true

1. She's got a lot of admirers. I daresay - she's very beautiful. 2. He gets paid a lot of money, but I daresay (that) he earns it.

I dare you
I challenge you (to do something)
Virginia Dare
born Aug. 18, 1587, Roanoke Island, Va. First child born to English parents in America. Her parents were among the 120 settlers who landed at Roanoke Island, Va., in 1587. Her grandfather, John White, was the colony's governor; he left to collect supplies in England nine days after her birth. A relief expedition that finally reached the colony in 1590 found only the word croatoan carved on a post; the infant Virginia had vanished along with all the other colonists
dared
past of dare
darer
one who dares
darer
{i} one who challenges another to do something difficult or dangerous
darer
One who dares or defies
daring
radically new or original; "an avant-garde theater piece"
daring
Boldness, a challenge
daring
Bold; fearless; adventurous; as, daring spirits
daring
Courageous, or showing bravery
daring
a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardy; "he could never refuse a dare"
daring
Boldness; fearlessness; adventurousness; also, a daring act
daring
the trait of being willing to undertake things that involve risk or danger; "the proposal required great boldness"
daring
People who are daring are willing to do or say things which are new or which might shock or anger other people. Bergit was probably more daring than I was He realized this to be a very daring thing to ask. = bold + daringly dar·ing·ly a daringly low-cut dress
daring
{i} bravery, courage
daring
A daring person is willing to do things that might be dangerous. His daring rescue saved the lives of the youngsters. = bold
daring
Daring is the courage to do things which might be dangerous or which might shock or anger other people. His daring may have cost him his life. = bravery, boldness cowardice. courage that makes you willing to take risks
daring
Willing to take on or look for risks
daring
{s} brave, courageous
daring
disposed to venture or take risks; "audacious visions of the total conquest of space"; "an audacious interpretation of two Jacobean dramas"; "the most daring of contemporary fiction writers"; "a venturesome investor"; "a venturous spirit"
daringly
in an original manner; "daringly he took the first step"
daringly
in an adventurous manner; "daringly, he set out on a camping trip in East Africa"
daringly
bravely, courageously, fearlessly
daringly
in an original manner; "daringly he took the first step
durst
See Dare, v
durst
third-person singular indicative of the verb dare
durst
A past tense and a past participle of dare. the past tense of dare
durst
of Dare
durst
{f} venture, attempt; challenge
take a dare
be dared to do something and not attempt it
take a dare
be dared to do something and attempt it
take a dare
be dared to do something and attempt it be dared to do something and not attempt it
truth or dare
social game in which players choose between answering an embarrassing question and performing a difficult or ridiculous task
dare