venture into

venture into (some place)

To move forward into some place, especially in a courageous but cautious or wary manner. The explorers ventured into the dense jungle, hoping to find the remains of the ancient civilization they had read about. No way am I venturing into some pitch-black cave—who knows what might be lurking in there!
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venture into

v.
To proceed into something despite possible danger or risk: The explorers ventured into the dark cave.
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A number of additional advance steps need to be taken to make sure the venture is as productive as possible, such as a functional design group that integrates the venture into the manufacturer's organization.
Finally, the conversion of the hospital's loan to the venture into an equity capital contribution with a preferred rate of return and priority distribution would not alter the hospital's Sec.
Business environment: Though Romania has perhaps the best historical relationship in Eastern Europe with Western bankers (almost all of the country's debt has been repaid), few bankers want to venture into the region.
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