вызов ; подзадоривание;
сметь; посметь; отваживаться; дерзать; вызывать; подзадоривать; пренебрегать опасностью; рисковать
- "Letting "I dare not'" wait upon ""I would'" ', CS 6.
- We dare not shrug our shoulders and leave a great chasm into which cynical politicians might leap, and take us all to perdition with them."
- None of us would dare disobey.
- Though I dare say, long long ago, sick people probably came here to seek a cure."
- I tried calling softly, but there was no reply, and I did not dare make more noise for fear of disturbing the others.
- "I didn't dare to be truthful," I said, nodding agreement.
- "How dare I what?
- I PREFER TO BE CALLED A SCIENTIST, COLONEL DARE!
- Frank Hampson's brilliantly executed colour illustrations in the "Dan Dare" strip of the Fifties and early Sixties often depicted futuristic buildings of the 1990s which bore a remarkable similarity to the Erskine block.
- They are both: tough on the values, tender in support of people who would dare to take a risk and try something new in support of these values.
- It sounds rather pompous, I dare say, but I think it was the beginning of understanding without knowing.
- When they arrived at Auckland Alexander asked them for the silver and his Presence was such that they did not dare to tell him that they had no silver, so Joan said that it was "in the bank".
- In this wind he dare not extend his front arm since he may get pulled over, so instead, he is crouching low and leaning slightly forwards which achieves the same upright rig effect as Ken had.