daring en Anglais
adj. brave, courageous
“No, please go on!” Alice said very humbly. “I will not interrupt again. I dare say there may be one of those wells.”
“But I dare not commence. There are passages in the story that are dangerous to the narrator. If I become excited, you must make me hold my peace.”
‘Laugh! Laugh! You dared to make a game of a man’s passion, you?’
“I believe you don’t!” the Hatter said, tossing his head contemptuously. “I dare say you never even spoke to Time!”
"How dare you address me in such a manner," Julia responded.
And here is an engineer who doesn’t dare to run the locomotive into this cumbersome herd of beasts!
Despite this, the reindeer dared not retrace its steps. It galloped on, and made it in one dash, right to the bush with the red berries.
Frozen with terror, Zambinella lay back in a corner, not daring to move.
No other boy would dare to set up in my neighbourhood; that is why I will say no more about it to you today.
He sat, half-dead, resting on a chair, hardly daring to glance at a statue of a woman, in which he recognized his own features.
1. bold: defiant, adventurous, hardy, audacious, stalwart, brave, doughty
2. impudent: forward, obtrusive
3. audacity: boldness, bravery, courage, heroism, intrepidity