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Translation of "danger" - English-Spanish dictionary

danger

noun /ˈdeindʒə/
something that may cause harm or injury peligro The canal is a danger to children. a state or situation in which harm may come to a person or thing en peligro He is in danger The bridge is in danger of collapse. dangerous adjective very unsafe and likely to be the cause of danger peligroso, arriesgado a dangerous road a dangerous enemy Crocodiles are dangerous animals.
(Definition of danger from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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