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hazard

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈhæz.əd/ US  /-ɚd/
to risk doing something, especially making a guess, suggestion,
冒险(尤指猜测、建议等)
I wouldn't like to hazard a guess.
我不想冒险猜测。
Taking risksGambling and bookmakingGuessing, supposing and suspecting
formal to risk doing something which might cause harm to someone or something else
使遭受危险
The policy hazarded the islands and put the lives of the inhabitants at risk.
这项政策将这些岛屿和岛上的居民置于了危险的境地。
Taking risksGambling and bookmaking
Translations of “hazard”
in Vietnamese đánh bạo…
in Spanish aventurar, atreverse a hacer…
in Thai ลองเดา…
in Malaysian mencuba mengagak…
in French risquer, hasarder (une opinion)…
in German wagen…
in Chinese (Traditional) 冒險(尤指猜測、建議等), 使遭受危險…
in Indonesian mengemukakan…
(Definition of hazard verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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