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risk

noun /risk/
(a person, thing etc which causes or could cause) danger or possible loss or injury
riesgo
He thinks we shouldn’t go ahead with the plan because of the risks involved / because of the risk of failure.
risky adverb ( comparative riskier, superlative riskiest) possibly causing or bringing loss, injury etc
arriesgado
Motor-racing is a risky business.
at (a person’s) own risk with the person agreeing to accept any loss, damage etc involved
por su cuenta y riesgo
Cars may be parked here at their owner’s risk.
at risk in danger; likely to suffer loss, injury etc
expuesto, en peligro
Heart disease can be avoided if people at risk take medical advice.
at the risk of with the possibility of (loss, injury, trouble etc)
a riesgo de
He saved the little girl at the risk of his own life At the risk of offending you, I must tell you that I disapprove of your behaviour.
run/take the risk (of) to do something which involves a risk
correr el riesgo, arriesgarse
I took the risk of buying that jumper for you – I hope it fits He didn’t want to run the risk of losing his money.
take risks / take a risk to do something which might cause loss, injury etc
correr riesgos, arriesgarse
One cannot be successful in business unless one is willing to take risks.
Translations of “risk”
in Korean 위험, 리스크…
in Arabic مُخاطَرة…
in French risque…
in Italian rischio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 風險, 危險, 潛在危險…
in Russian риск, угроза…
in Turkish tehlike, risk, riziko…
in Polish ryzyko, zagrożenie…
in Portuguese risco…
in German das Risiko…
in Catalan risc, perill…
in Japanese 危険性, リスク…
in Chinese (Simplified) 风险, 危险, 潜在危险…
(Definition of risk from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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