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dangerousadjective

uk   /ˈdeɪn.dʒər.əs/  us   /-dʒɚ-/
A2 A dangerous person, animal, thing, or activity could harm you: dangerous chemicals The men are armed and dangerous. His parents won't let him play ice hockey because they think it's too dangerous. [+ to infinitive] It's dangerous to take more than the recommended dose.
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in Korean 위험한…
in Arabic خَطير…
in Portuguese perigoso…
in Catalan perillós…
in Japanese 危ない…
in Italian pericoloso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 危險的,有威脅的, 不安全的…
in Russian опасный…
in Turkish tehlikeli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 危险的,有威胁的, 不安全的…
in Polish niebezpieczny…
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