Venture | Judi Zienchuk

Ven·ture [ven-cher] verb (a) to take the risk of; to brave the dangers of: “she ventured down the side of the volcano at 50km/h in a toboggan”. (b) to do something or go somewhere that may be dangerous: “she ventured into the airplane, only to jump out at 10,000ft”. (c) to undertake to express; to be bold enough: “she ventured telling him she loved him”. (d) the best means for one to live life: “she ventured on fearlessly”.

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