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Meaning of “danger” - Learner’s Dictionary

danger

noun     /ˈdeɪndʒər/
POSSIBILITY [C, U]
A2 the possibility that someone or something will be harmed or killed, or that something bad will happen: the dangers of rock climbing The soldiers were in serious danger. We were in danger of missing our flight.Dangers and threats
HARMFUL PERSON/THING [C]
B1 something or someone that may harm you: Icy roads are a danger to drivers.Dangers and threats
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