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to risk going somewhere or doing something that might be dangerous or unpleasant, or to risk saying something that might be criticized:
She tentatively ventured the opinion that the project would be too expensive to complete, but the boss ignored her.
The American car giant and its venture partner in China are investing millions of dollars to explore ways of reducing reliance on petrol.
venture into sth There are some excellent deals for new investors venturing into the electronic marketplace.
Meanwhile, the insurer has ventured beyond insurance with the launch of its first unsecured personal loan last week.
It has also created a system where getting into politics is a business venture, with business plans and an expected rate of return on investment.
Such an analysis was more subversive in thinkers who ventured to apply it to the internal structure of the state.
This introduction sets out the underlying assumptions of this venture and provides readers with an analytical framework.
Initially, he worked on a small garden nursery venture begun by his energetic father, who was primarily a postmaster and shopkeeper.
The venture of faith is an act of trust, or of entrusting oneself, in the light of what is believed.
One makes a doxastic venture when one takes to be true a proposition that one believes, while recognizing that one lacks sufficient supportive evidence.
To the extent we were linked with them in that joint venture, their history is ours and ours theirs.
Indeed, they could have been even more ambitious and ventured further into the territory of development beyond the age of four years.
She is spatially bound in her leisure activities and seldom ventures to unfamiliar places by herself.