venture · noun C /ˈven.tʃər/Full view
C2 a new activity or business
Dictionary example:

a business venture

Learner example:

They even give vast amounts of people a means of living, and can become very lucrative business ventures. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Spanish)

venture · verb /ˈven.tʃər/
venture into/out/outside, etc.
C2 to leave a safe place and go somewhere that may involve risks
Dictionary example:

If the snow stops, I might venture out.

Learner example:

After having visited some of the more frequented island[s], we decided to venture out to the island of Fourni. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Swedish)

nothing ventured, nothing gained
C2 used to say that it is worth trying something, even if you may not succeed
Dictionary example:

It will be quite expensive ... still, nothing ventured nothing gained!

Learner example:

It was a demanding task to prepare it but nothing ventured nothing gained. (Certificate of Proficiency in English; C2; Polish)

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