danger

  • 21danger — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, considerable, enormous, extreme, grave, great, mortal, obvious, real, serious, significant …

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  • 22Danger — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Danger >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 danger danger peril insecurity jeopardy risk hazard venture precariousness slipperiness Sgm: N 1 instability instability &c. 149 Sgm: N 1 …

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  • 23danger — n. 1) to constitute, represent; create (a) danger 2) to run a danger 3) to expose to danger 4) to face; sense (a) danger 5) to avert (a) danger 6) (a) deadly, grave, mortal; imminent, impending danger 7) (legal) a clear and present danger 8) a… …

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  • 24danger */*/*/ — UK [ˈdeɪndʒə(r)] / US [ˈdeɪndʒər] noun Word forms danger : singular danger plural dangers 1) a) [uncountable] a situation in which harm, death, damage, or destruction is possible The notice said Danger! Keep Out! in danger: The President was in… …

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  • 25danger — dan|ger W2S2 [ˈdeındʒə US ər] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: dangier, from Vulgar Latin dominiarium power to do harm , from Latin dominium ownership ] 1.) [U] the possibility that someone or something will be harmed, destroyed, or… …

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  • 26danger — dan|ger [ deındʒər ] noun *** 1. ) uncount a situation in which harm, death, damage, or destruction is possible: The notice said Danger! Keep Out! in danger: The President was in no danger at any time. be in great/grave danger: You must leave… …

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  • 27DANGER — s. m. Péril, risque, ce qui est ordinairement suivi d un malheur, ou qui expose à une perte, à un dommage, etc. Grand danger. Danger évident, inévitable, inattendu. Danger imminent. S exposer au danger. Se mettre en danger. Être en danger de mort …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

  • 28danger — noun 1 (U) the possibility that someone or something will be harmed or killed: Danger! High Voltage. (+ of): Is there any danger of infection, doctor? (+ from): danger from radioactive sources | in danger (=in a situation in which you may be… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 29Danger — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Danger (homonymie). Panneau de danger, selon la signalisation routière française …

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  • 30danger — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Exposure to injury Nouns 1. danger, peril, jeopardy, risk, hazard, threat, adventure, insecurity, precariousness, slipperiness; Russian roulette (see chance). 2. (vulnerability to danger) exposure,… …

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  • 31DANGER — n. m. Ce qui est ordinairement suivi d’un malheur, ou qui expose à une perte, à un dommage, etc. Danger inévitable, inattendu. Danger imminent. S’exposer au danger. Se mettre en danger. être en danger de mort ou de mourir. Courir un grand danger …

    Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 8eme edition (1935)

  • 32danger — [[t]de͟ɪnʤə(r)[/t]] ♦♦ dangers 1) N UNCOUNT Danger is the possibility that someone may be harmed or killed. My friends endured tremendous danger in order to help me... Please Vanya, your life is in danger here. Do what Tenzin says. Ant: safety 2) …

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  • 33danger*/*/*/ — [ˈdeɪndʒə] noun 1) [U] a situation in which serious harm, death, or damage is possible The notice said ‘Danger! Keep Out! [/ex] All three children are now reported to be out of danger.[/ex] There is danger from exposure to radiation.[/ex] His… …

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  • 34danger — [13] Etymologically, danger is a parallel formation to dominion. It comes ultimately from Vulgar Latin *domniārium ‘power or sway of a lord, dominion, jurisdiction’, a derivative of Latin dominus ‘lord, master’. English acquired the word via Old… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 35danger — nm., péril : DANZHÎ (Albanais.001, Annecy, Saxel.002, Thônes). A1) danger, moment critique : malapanâ nf. (Taninges). A2) casse cou, endroit où l on peut tomber facilement : dérostyu <dérochoir> nm. (Albertville), déroche nm. (Juvigny) nm …

    Dictionnaire Français-Savoyard

  • 36danger — [13] Etymologically, danger is a parallel formation to dominion. It comes ultimately from Vulgar Latin *domniārium ‘power or sway of a lord, dominion, jurisdiction’, a derivative of Latin dominus ‘lord, master’. English acquired the word via Old… …

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  • 37danger — dangerless, adj. /dayn jeuhr/, n. 1. liability or exposure to harm or injury; risk; peril. 2. an instance or cause of peril; menace. 3. Obs. power; jurisdiction; domain. [1175 1225; ME da(u)nger < AF; OF dangier, alter. of dongier (by influence&#8230; …

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  • 38danger — dan•ger [[t]ˈdeɪn dʒər[/t]] n. 1) liability or exposure to harm or injury; risk; peril 2) an instance or cause of peril; menace 3) Obs. power; jurisdiction; domain • Etymology: 1175–1225; &LT; OF dangier, alter. of dongier (by influence of dam&#8230; …

    From formal English to slang

  • 39danger — noun 1) an element of danger Syn: peril, hazard, risk, jeopardy; perilousness, riskiness, precariousness, uncertainty, instability, insecurity Ant: safety 2) that car is a danger on the roads …

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  • 40danger — noun 1) an element of danger Syn: peril, hazard, risk, jeopardy 2) he is a danger to society Syn: menace, hazard, threat, risk 3) a serious danger of fire …

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