noun: An undertaking or enterprise of a hazardous nature.
noun: An undertaking of a questionable nature, especially one involving intervention in another state's affairs.
noun: An unusual or exciting experience: an adventure in dining.
noun: Participation in hazardous or exciting experiences: the love of adventure.
noun: A financial speculation or business venture.
verb-transitive: To venture upon; undertake or try.
verb-transitive: To expose to danger or risk; hazard.
verb-intransitive: To take a risk; dare.
verb-intransitive: To proceed despite risks.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Rabbi Ben Ezra waited for death to open the gate to it, but to her it seemed that she was in the midst of it now, that 'adventure brave and new' _in which death itself was also to be an adventure_ ....
Life is an adventure: The word adventure comes from the Latin word ad-venire.
I make the mistake of using the word adventure and he says: "You can use this word in my presence only in quotes."
Its literature is comparatively scant, but Doug Ammons has already crafted a classic meditation on what he calls "adventure sports," one that easily transcends the river genre.
“The mission of our adventure is about taking almost 50 women across the finish line together,” said founder Sunny Becks-Crumpton.