Synonyms of venture in English:


See US English definition of venture

See UK English definition of venture

See Spanish definition of operación


1‘their fortune was wiped out by an unsuccessful business venture’

enterprise, undertaking, project, scheme, pursuit, operation, endeavour, campaign, activity, act, deed, move, measure, task, exploit, mission, adventure, trial
speculation, plunge, gamble, leap in the dark, experiment, crusade
formal essay


1‘some villagers rarely ventured beyond their nearest market town’

travel, journey, go, move, proceed, progress, set out, set forth, rove
wander, stray, drift, migrate

2‘he ventured the opinion that Peter was dangerously insane’

put forward, volunteer, advance, submit, proffer, offer, air, bring up, suggest, propound, posit, propose, moot, ventilate, broach, lodge, introduce, put up, present
conjecture, speculate, postulate
British table
formal opine, essay

3‘I ventured to ask her to come and dine with me’

dare, make so bold as, be so bold as, presume, have the temerity, have the effrontery, have the audacity, have the nerve, be brave enough, have the courage, go so far as
take the liberty of
informal stick one's neck out, go out on a limb
North American informal take a flyer