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to dare / daring / (polite) may I venture
brave / courageous
to have the courage to do sth / to dare to / bold in
suicide squad / kamikaze unit
courageous / resolute and daring
to dare to be first / to pioneer (idiom)
Gundam, Japanese animation franchise
to dare to do
to have the impertinence / to have the cheek to
to be underwhelmed / to be less than impressed
to dare (negative connotation) / to have the audacity to (do sth)
actually / as it turns out / indeed / of course
how could one dare? / I don't deserve such praise
stone tablet erected to ward off evil spirits
to beg to differ (idiom)
lit. I dare not (accept the honor); fig. I don't deserve your praise / you flatter me
to stop at nothing (idiom) / to dare to do anything
daring to act and courageous enough to take responsibility for it / a true man has the courage to accept the consequences of his actions / the buck stops here
dare not go one step beyond the prescribed limit
lit. I'm ashamed and dare not (accept the honor); fig. I do not deserve your praise. / You flatter me too much.
lit. not dare to pull oneself up high (humble term) / I cannot presume on your attention
to not dare to disobey an order (idiom)
one who does not fear the death of thousand cuts will dare to unhorse the emperor (proverb) / to a fearless person, no fence is high enough
courageous and daring
not daring to act for oneself (idiom)
can't agree with
angry, but not daring to speak out (idiom); obliged to remain silent about one's resentment / unable to voice objections

Tip: Pinyin can be entered with or without tone numbers, e.g. 'nihao' or 'ni3hao3'.
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