Meaning of dare in Japanese
Definition of dare
(adv) dare (to do something); venture (often overcoming reluctance, or in the face of probable failure); take upon oneself; challenge; presume; (there is no) need to; (don't) go as far as; definitely (not)
I dared to support his opinion.
Words related to dare
It offers a mouth-watering selection of delights.
(adv) perhaps; likely; probably; I dare say
The premier is likely to resign.
(n) someone; somebody
"Who is in the car?" "Tom is."
(conj) everyone; anyone
Everyone seems to be short of money these days.
no-one (with neg. verb)
Almost no one goes to the same classes.
- (n) weeping cherry (species of cherry tree with drooping branches, Cerasus spachiana); shidare cherry
Everybody at the party was charmed with her grace.
(n) everyone; one and all
Everybody was anxious to know what had happened.
- (exp) How could I (you, etc.) ...?; How dare you (they, etc.) (have the nerve to) ...?
- (exp) slow but steady wins the race; constant effort will result in success; constant dripping wears away a stone
- (exp) one should not rush to make a profit; business is best run when sales flow like a cow's drool: long and thin
- (exp) not a single person (with negative verb); no one
- (n) blackwedged butterflyfish (Chaetodon falcula); saddled butterflyfish; pigface coralfish; sickle butterflyfish; Indian double-saddle butterflyfish
- (n) Veneridae (family of bivalve molluscs comprising the Venus clams)
- (n) embossed venus (species of venus clam, Venus toreuma)
- (n) weeping plum (Prunus mume f. pendula); weeping Japanese apricot
- (n) lingering patches of snow; patches of unmelted snow; snow spots