Definition of non-dangerous in English:


Line breaks: non-danger¦ous


Not likely to cause harm or injury: a non-dangerous drug a non-dangerous sport
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  • The current laws of football were not differentiating sufficiently between potentially dangerous and nondangerous tackles, and therefore, they were not providing players with an adequate level of protection from injury.
  • Cattle are classed as a non-dangerous species and by and large are generally docile.
  • Non-dangerous offenders don't need to be warehoused in expensive prison cells.

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