have the courage; venture; face
challenge; suggest that sb has not the courage or ability to do sth
have sufficient courage or impudence
sth dangerous, difficult or embarrassing that you try to persuade sb to do, to see if they will do it;an invitation to do sth dangerous as a war of proving one's bravery;challenge
"he could never refuse a dare"
"How dare you call my lawyer?"
"I don't dare call him"
"she dares to dress differently from the others"
"I dare you!"
Sin is the dare of God's justice.
I wanted to see if I could keep up this arduous task. In a way, I made myself a dare.
出自： Lyndon B. Johnson
None of the disciples durst aske him, Who art thou?
出自：Bible (AV): John
No one would dare to desert.
出自： W. Irving
He would have gone himself, but he dared not.
出自： J. Buchan
I don't dare mention his name to my family.
出自： G. Vidal