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The year begins with Jupiter in the most daring part of your chart. The Sun (2017)The moon shines its light on the most daring part of your chart and helps you to be more upfront about your love feelings. The Sun (2016)The military have targeted drug barons in a series of daring raids. The Sun (2009)Love is two people daring to share themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Then one day a daring mouse climbed up part of the piano and returned very thoughtful. Christianity Today (2000)Drama about an imprisoned banker who hatches a daring escape plan. The Sun (2009)That is the question many are now daring to ask. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You will laugh out loud at this daring new sketch show. The Sun (2012)The most daring and creative part of your chart is turned on by the sun. The Sun (2010)Seeing the difference between being daring and being reckless helps love plans. The Sun (2012)See exclusive video of the daring raid online. The Sun (2009)There is a new light of daring in your eyes which makes your love life special. The Sun (2007)Mercury is in the most daring and creative part of your chart. The Sun (2010)Many churchyard crosses were destroyed in daring midnight raids by local youths. The English Civil War: A People's History (2006)On the one hand, the survivor feels surprised at her own courage and daring. Trauma and Recovery (1992)You have to be daring, with people you work with and what you sign up for. The Sun (2013)More new ones and more daring, please. Times, Sunday Times (2014)IN your twenties you can get away with daring dresses that cling in all the right places. The Sun (2015)And it is often more innovative, more experimental and more reckless and daring than anything they have previously produced. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But it was his wartime fighting record that set him apart as a soldier of exceptional courage, daring and imagination. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He was an awesome sight as he went into the dangerous places, daring a centre half or a goalkeeper to blink. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Perhaps not what he had in mind when he made the daring escape from his homeland for a life in the West. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A bold, daring piece of storytelling. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As sitcom premises go, it is bold and daring - but not that funny. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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British English: daring /ˈdɛərɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
A daring person does things which might be dangerous or shocking.
He made a daring escape by helicopter.
- American English: daring
- Arabic: جَرِيء
- Brazilian Portuguese: ousado
- Chinese: 大胆的
- Croatian: smion
- Czech: troufalý
- Danish: yndig
- Dutch: gedurfd
- European Spanish: osado
- Finnish: uskalias
- French: audacieux
- German: wagemutig
- Greek: τολμηρός
- Italian: audace
- Japanese: 思い切った
- Korean: 대담한
- Norwegian: dristig
- Polish: śmiały
- European Portuguese: ousado
- Romanian: îndrăzneț
- Russian: смелый
- Spanish: osado
- Swedish: vågad
- Thai: กล้าหาญ
- Turkish: gözü pek
- Ukrainian: сміливий
- Vietnamese: cả gan
Definition of daring from the Collins English Dictionary
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