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  • 41danger — n. 1 liability or exposure to harm. 2 a thing that causes or is likely to cause harm. 3 the status of a railway signal directing a halt or caution. Phrases and idioms: danger list a list of those dangerously ill, esp. in a hospital. danger money… …

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  • 42danger — I. noun Etymology: Middle English daunger, from Anglo French dangier, dongier, from Vulgar Latin *dominiarium, from Latin dominium ownership Date: 13th century 1. a. archaic jurisdiction b. obsolete reach, range …

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  • 43danger — noun 1》 the possibility of suffering harm or injury.     ↘a cause of harm or injury. 2》 the possibility of something unwelcome or unpleasant: there was no danger of the champagne running out. Phrases be on (or off) the danger list Brit. be… …

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  • 44danger — /ˈdeɪndʒə / (say daynjuh) noun 1. liability or exposure to harm or injury; risk; peril. 2. an instance or cause of peril. 3. the position (of a signal, etc.) indicating danger: although the signal was at danger, the train did not stop. 4.… …

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  • 45danger —   Mea pō ino, maka u;    ♦ danger of death, make;    ♦ mortal danger, pu umake.   See sayings, nahoa1, wai awa awa …

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  • 46danger — Jeopardy; exposure to loss or injury; peril. State v. Londe, 345 Mo. 185, 132 S.W.2d 501, 506. See also apparent danger dangerous hazard imminent danger peril …

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  • 47danger — Jeopardy; exposure to loss or injury; peril. State v. Londe, 345 Mo. 185, 132 S.W.2d 501, 506. See also apparent danger dangerous hazard imminent danger peril …

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  • 48danger — see the post of honour is the post of danger out of debt, out of danger …

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  • 49danger — noun /deɪn.dʒə(ɹ),ˈdeɪndʒɚ/ a) Exposure to liable harm. You stand within his danger, do you not? (Shakespeare, Merchant of Venice, 4:1:180) b) An instance or cause of liable harm. Thou shalt not kyll. Whosoever shall kyll, shalbe in daunger of… …

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  • 50danger — Synonyms and related words: dangerous ground, desultoriness, emergency, exigency, hazard, in danger of, infirmity, insecurity, insolidity, instability, insubstantiality, jeopardy, menace, pass, peril, perilousness, precariousness, precipice, risk …

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  • 51danger — sb. RG. 78 …

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  • 52danger — dan·ger || deɪndÊ’É™ n. risk, peril …

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  • 53danger — gander …

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  • 54danger — pleoh, frecennes …

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  • 55danger — n. Peril, hazard, risk, jeopardy, venture …

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  • 56danger — n 1. risk, peril, chance, hazard, jeopardy; vulnerability, liability, susceptibility endangerment, imperilment; instability, unsafety, insecurity, unsoundness, precariousness. 2. menace, threat, minacity, dark clouds; imminence, gathering storm,… …

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  • 57danger — dan·ger …

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  • 58danger — Peril; a likelihood of injury; a relative term, since all life is to some extent a surmounting of peril. In the general law of negligence it includes such contingent harm or injury as reasonable prudence ought to foresee and provide against, as… …

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  • 59Danger Man — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Danger Man Información personal Nombre real Alonso David Blackwood Drakes Nacimiento 8 de diciembre de 1972 …

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  • 60Danger Hiptop — Manufacturer Danger Incorporated / Flextronics / Sharp Corporation / Motorola Carriers T Mobile (2002 2010) Telstr …

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