Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Dare"

The meaning of "Dare" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I dare you to be depressed while you do that! mean?
A: you will be really happy if you do this action. there's no way you could be sad while doing it
Q: What does I dare you to sit down mean?
A: Challenging someone to do something, this will result in a fight it it happens
Q: What does I dare you. mean?
A: やってくれ! (でも臆病なのでやらないと思う)
Q: What does I dare you mean?
A: It means, "I challenge you to complete this task." If the listener does not complete the task, they are viewed as weak or afraid.
Q: What does dare mean?
A: そうですね。

There are 3 meanings and they are all similar to what you said.

2 verbs...

1. have courage

"I dared to go to Mexico."

2. challenge (as says)

"I dare you to go to Mexico."

3. a noun

"My trip to Mexico was a dare I couldn't dodge."

Example sentences using "Dare"

Q: Please show me example sentences with scared / dare .
A: 1. “My friend dared me to jump the fence, so I did it.”
2. “I wanted to watch that movie, but I was too scared.”
3. “I dare you to hit that bell.”
4. “I’m scared of walking alone. Can you go with me?”
Q: Please show me example sentences with dare.
A: 1) She didn't dare turn around, not certain she'd be able to witness Toni throwing herself at Xander without laughing at him.
2) He didn't dare cross the divide between them, not when he'd known he was about to kill her.
3) Dean didn't dare say he hadn't noticed and described the tall red head in general terms.
4) They protested that they would rather die than dare to transgress the wisdom of the laws; and Pilate yielded.
Q: Please show me example sentences with dare.
A: "I dare you to (do something)."

"I wouldn't dare do it."

Q: Please show me example sentences with dare.
A: I dare you to jump off a cliff.
Did he dare you to do such a stupid thing?
How dare you say that to me!
How dare you do this to me!
Q: Please show me example sentences with dare.
A: I only did it because it was a dare!

truth or dare?
I dare you to jump off a bridge

less common though seen in media:
do I dare?
do you dare challenge me?

Synonyms of "Dare" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Dare not and don't dare ?
A: "Dare not" is old English. People only say it if they want to be poetic. They mean the same thing.
Q: What is the difference between how dare you and how you dare ?
A: You say 'how dare you' when you are very shocked and angry about something that someone has done.

Ex: Get back! Go away! How dare you!'

"how you dare" could be used conversationally to ask how someone has the courage to do something; however, it would be much more usual to ask in the past tense

Ex: How you dare to call here.
Q: What is the difference between I dare and I bet ?
A: to dare = to provoke someone to do something challenging or frightening

to bet = to make an educated guess with conviction, sometimes with money or possessions at stake
Q: What is the difference between dared to come here and came here on a dare ?
A: "Dared to come here" goes along with having the courage to do it.

"Came here on a dare." Deals with truth or dare. Where someone dared them to do something.
Q: What is the difference between he dare not tell and he doesn't dare to tell ?
A: They are the same

Translations of "Dare"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? "there" and "dare"
A: Sim, é a mesma pronuncia
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? who dares to say you really know someone?

can you correct this sentence if needed?
A: in that case, yes you can say "who dares to really know someone"
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 誰か構って。(だれ か かまって。 dare ka kamatte)
A: この表現は英語に単に翻訳することがちょっと難しいですけど、
かまうというは「to pay attention to」一つの意味があります。
そうして、「私にかまって!」は「pay attention to me!」で、「誰かかまって!」というは「someone pay attention (to me)!」です。

かまちょかまちょ!
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? dare un'occhiata
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? dare and barely
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Dare"

Q: 1. If he dares not to fight against the enemy, he is (not enought of a man/ not enought as a man/not enough of man/not a man enough).
2. The servant hit the vase with his elbow and it (smashed/crashed) to the floor.(By the way, what's the difference between the two words ?)
3. We cannot judge a person simply on the (basis/condition/base/foundation) of his family background.
4. The opening ceremony of the Olympic Games was televised (Live/Lively) in 50 countries.
5. He confesses that he learnt ( scarcely/ nearly) everything from books.
6. ....which will serve (as/for) pattens for our own.
7. What we learn by (chance, opportunity/occasion) may land us in slangy or otherwise objectionable expressions.
A: 1. not enough of a man
2. Neither sounds good to me, but crashed is better. Smashed implies that something broke into pieces, and if you use it in this sentence you would have to say smashed ON the floor. Crashed is more like a car crash--something hits something else, going very fast. In this case, the vase quickly hit the floor.
3. basis
4. live
5. nearly
6. as
7. chance
Q: I dare say, he's already forgiven you does this sound natural?
A: Maybe "I bet he's already forgiven you" will sound better.
Q: I dare do it. does this sound natural?
A: @daikipod: "I dare do it" is acceptable, however, it sounds very dramatic and bold.

"I dare to do it" gives the impression that something might be difficult you want to take on bravely.
Q: I dare to say that you will never be able to do it again. does this sound natural?
A: I dare you to say that you will never be able to do it again. sounds a little more natural. :)
Q: I dare to say that I am trying to avoid recklessly using them. does this sound natural?
A: "I dare say that I am trying to avoid recklessly using them." -✔️

"I dare say..." is an English idiom but used mostly in books and movies😄. It's a phrase that has fallen out of modern everyday casual use but you'll probably come across it many times if you read English fiction.

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