Proverbial Meaning: Be courageous, go for your goals and you will get what you want.

Literal Origins: Fortune prefers those who are brave.

Common Usage: This proverb is not used in everyday English language, but it is reflected if phrases such as “Who dares, wins”, the motto of the British Special Air Service, a crack squad of elite armed forces.

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