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Spanish translation of “unsafe”

unsafe

adjective /anˈseif/
dangerous
inseguro, peligroso, arriesgado
That rickety old ladder looks rather unsafe.
likely to be harmed
inseguro
People feel unsafe walking through the poorly-lit streets at night.
(British, legal) not based on reliable or sufficient evidence
inseguro
His conviction was ruled to be unsafe.
(Definition of unsafe from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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