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Turkish translation of “risk”

risk

noun
 
 
/rɪsk/
POSSIBILITY [C, U] B2 the possibility of something bad happening
tehlike, risk, riziko
the risk of heart disease People in the Northeast face the highest risk of being burgled. [+ (that)] There is a slight risk that the blood could have become infected.Possible and probable
SOMETHING BAD [C] something bad that might happen
teklike, zarar
There are more health risks when older women get pregnant.Dangers and threats
at risk B2 being in a situation where something bad is likely to happen
tehlikede, tehlike altında
Releasing these prisoners into the community puts the public at risk.Dangers and threatsTaking risksGambling and bookmaking
at your own risk If you do something at your own risk, you are completely responsible for anything bad that might happen because of it.
sorumluluk kendinize ait olmak üzere/şartıyla/koşuluyla
Duty, obligation and responsibility
run the risk of sth B2 to do something although something bad might happen because of it
tehlikesini/riskini göze almak
I think I'll run the risk of hurting her feelings, and tell her the truth.Dangers and threats
take a risk B2 to do something although something bad might happen because of it
tehlikeyi göze almak; risk almak, riske girmek
This time I'm not taking any risks - I'm going to get insured.Dangers and threats
(Definition of risk noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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