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Synonyms for dare

risk doing

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Synonyms for dare

to have the courage to put forward, as an idea, especially when rebuff or criticism is likely

to call on another to do something requiring boldness

to confront boldly and courageously

an act of taunting another to do something bold or rash

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Synonyms for dare

a challenge to do something dangerous or foolhardy

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take upon oneself

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to be courageous enough to try or do something

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challenge

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In Davos we enjoyed the smart Ex Bar and the rustic little Chami Bar, which is popular with locals.
El aquelarre de los ricos y los lideres que delibera en Davos desde hace 35 anos, con el pago individual de 12 mil dolares para participar, poco a poco parece perder la estrella, hasta el punto que el emperador George Bush ya ni se toma la molestia de asistir para trazar la linea que el neoliberalismo debe seguir al ritmo de las acciones belicas que Estados Unidos esgrime en todo el mundo para mantener la expoliacion global que liderea desde la Casa Blanca.
This global distrust of established institutions that brings heartburn to the party of Davos brings hope to the party of Porto Alegre.
With its participation, Davos Financial Group has managed to combine the fascinating world of the arts with the challenging world of finance.
However, so much snow has built up on the slopes surrounding Davos that avalanches remain a danger.
Flush with nearly three times its usual population, the Swiss resort of Davos is teeming with black business suits for the WEF annual gathering, but it still cannot deter the skiing enthusiasts and those coming for medical tourism.
meeting of the Davos World Economic Forum (January 20-23, 2016), Essid said he has presented, during this meeting, Tunisia's vision about sustainable development and its efforts to address the climate change.
beaucoup moins que]La Tunisie s'engage a concretiser les recommandations de la conference de Paris sur le climat (COP 21 )[beaucoup plus grand que], a declare, mercredi, a Davos (Suisse), le chef du gouvernement Habib Essid.
Davos also represents the pinnacle of private aviation, as the demand for security, confidentiality and impeccable service are all at their highest.
Davos is really about the few not the many, the further creation of greater wealth in the West at the expense of the developing world and growing inequalities.
Davos is a good opportunity for the world to benefit from Iran's economic capacities, he said upon arrival in Zurich International Airport in Switzerland.
By Richard Quest/ CNN For the past few weeks my e-mail box has been slowly, inexorably, filling up with Davos invites.
Davos is, of course, a small town in Switzerland, frequented for about a week annually by many top politicians and business folk.
While speeches by the likes of Angela Merkel, Germany's chancellor and Forbes magazine's world's most powerful woman, and Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, are highly anticipated, many believe Davos needs more equality.