I dare say

I dare say
ظَنَّ \ I dare say: I think it is possible: I dare say you’ve never seen a lion. fancy: to imagine; think without enough reason: He fancied that he heard a voice. imagine: to suppose; think: I imagine that you’re right. presume: to suppose that sth. is true, without complete proof: He is missing and is presumed (to be) dead. I presumed that you would want a ticket, so I bought you one. suppose: to imagine (sth.) to be true; think: She supposes that I am working; but she is wrong. I suppose you can’t lend me a pound?. surmise: to guess without much reason. take: to understand; believe: I took him to be your son. think (thought): to have an uncertain opinion: I think he’s still there (but I’m not sure). understand: to think; have received an idea: We understood him to be dead. \ See Also اعتقد (اعْتَقَدَ)‏

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  • dare|say — «DAIR SAY», transitive verb, intransitive verb, or dare say, to venture to say; assume as probable; presume: »I daresay his success was due to his hard work. I daresay you have thought me very neglectful (Jane Carlyle). SYNONYM(S): believe. Usage …   Useful english dictionary

  • dare say — index opine, presume, remark, speculate (conjecture) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • dare say — {v. phr.} To think probable; suppose; believe. Used in first person. * /Mary is unhappy now but I dare say she will be laughing about this tomorrow./ * /There is no more ice cream on the table, but I dare say we can find some in the kitchen./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • dare say — {v. phr.} To think probable; suppose; believe. Used in first person. * /Mary is unhappy now but I dare say she will be laughing about this tomorrow./ * /There is no more ice cream on the table, but I dare say we can find some in the kitchen./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • dare\ say — v. phr. To think probable; suppose; believe. Used in first person. Mary is unhappy now but I dare say she will be laughing about this tomorrow. There is no more ice cream on the table, but I dare say we can find some in the kitchen …   Словарь американских идиом

  • I dare say — or I daresay I suppose • • • Main Entry: ↑dare * * * I dare say british spoken phrase used for saying that something is probably true, although you do not know for certain I dare say you’re feeling tired after your journey. Things have changed a… …   Useful english dictionary

  • I dare say — British spoken used for saying that something is probably true, although you do not know for certain I dare say you re feeling tired after your journey. Things have changed a good deal, I dare say …   English dictionary

  • I dare say — ► I dare say (or daresay) it is probable. Main Entry: ↑dare …   English terms dictionary

  • I dare say — I am quite certain. Oh, I dare say Caroline and I will find some way to fill the time while you go off shopping …   New idioms dictionary

  • dare·say — /ˌdeɚˈseı/ verb I daresay see ↑dare, 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • I dare say (or daresay) — it is probable. → dare …   English new terms dictionary

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