venture into (some place)

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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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References in classic literature ?
A Jay venturing into a yard where Peacocks used to walk, found there a number of feathers which had fallen from the Peacocks when they were moulting.
This suggests that, although operations independence between an ICV and its parent may present an impediment to knowledge flows, the adverse effect of this impediment may be lessened when venturing into familiar markets.
Since the announcement of China's entry into the World Trade Organization, both PREMAS International and Cushman & Wakefield have recognized the tremendous changes that will occur in the Chinese economy over the next 5 years and the opportunities this will bring to service both global multi national companies in China and Chinese multinational companies venturing into the global market.
Just like the settlers who ventured into the untamed West companies venturing into the e-commerce frontier need reliable procedures to determine the viability of business partners who are not just back East, but spread around the globe.