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1venture/ˈvɛntʃɚ/verb
venturesventuredventuring
1venture
/ˈvɛntʃɚ/
verb
venturesventuredventuring
Learner's definition of VENTURE  
always followed by an adverb or preposition[no object]  : to go somewhere that is unknown, dangerous, etc.
always followed by an adverb or preposition[no object]  : to start to do something new or different that usually involves risk
[+ object]  : to do, say, or offer something (such as a guess or an opinion) even though you are not sure about it — often followed by to + verb

nothing ventured, nothing gained

— used to say that it is worth trying to do something because you might succeed even though success is not certain
2venture/ˈvɛntʃɚ/noun
pluralventures
2venture
/ˈvɛntʃɚ/
noun
pluralventures
Learner's definition of VENTURE  
[count]
: a new activity, project, business, etc., that typically involves risk
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