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Translation of "danger" - English-Spanish dictionary

danger

noun   /ˈdeɪn·dʒər/
A2 the possibility that someone will be harmed or killed peligro the dangers of rock climbing The soldiers were in serious danger.
B1 something or someone that may harm you peligro Icy roads are a danger to drivers.
(Definition of danger from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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