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Translation of "peril" - English-Spanish dictionary

peril

noun /ˈperil/
great danger
peligro
You are in great peril The explorers knew they would face many perils.
perilous adjective very dangerous
peligroso
a perilous journey.
perilousness noun
peligrosidad
perilously adverb dangerously
peligrosamente
He came perilously close to death.
Translations of “peril”
in Arabic خَطر…
in Korean 위험…
in Malaysian bahaya besar…
in French péril…
in Turkish büyük tehlike…
in Italian pericolo, rischio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 巨大的危險, 危難,險境…
in Russian опасность, риск…
in Polish niebezpieczeństwo…
in Vietnamese sự nguy hiểm…
in Portuguese perigo, risco…
in Thai ภัยอันตราย…
in German die Gefahr…
in Catalan perill, risc…
in Japanese (大きな)危険, 危機…
in Indonesian bahaya…
in Chinese (Simplified) 巨大的危险, 险情,险境…
(Definition of peril from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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