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I dare say (or daresay)

Definition of I dare say or daresay in English:

Used to indicate that one believes something is probable: I dare say you’ve heard about her
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  • It's a lot of money, but I daresay a lot is expected of him.
  • Chopin ‘saddens’ the original theme in a manner which is, I daresay, objectively verifiable: the minor key descent is right there on the page.
  • For me, the culprit is not really important, although I daresay a lot of Americans feel very differently.
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