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risk US English

A situation involving exposure to danger

at-risk US English

Vulnerable, especially to abuse or delinquency

at risk US English

Exposed to harm or danger

risk-free US English

Free from risk; safe

high-risk US English

Involving or exposed to a high level of danger

risk-averse US English

Disinclined or reluctant to take risks

risk-taker US English

A person who takes risks

flight risk US English

A person thought likely to leave the country before a trial or bail hearing

risk capital US English

Another term for venture capital.

security risk US English

A person or situation that poses a possible threat to the security of something

run the risk US English

Expose oneself to the possibility of something unpleasant occurring

risk assessment US English

A systematic process of evaluating the potential risks that may be involved in a projected activity or undertaking

risk management US English

(In business) the forecasting and evaluation of financial risks together with the identification of procedures to avoid or minimize their impact

at one's risk US English

Used to indicate that if harm befalls a person or their possessions through their actions, it is their own responsibility

at risk in risk US English

Exposed to harm or danger

risk one's neck US English

Put one’s life in danger

at risk to oneself US English

With the possibility of endangering oneself or something

at one's risk in risk US English

Used to indicate that if harm befalls a person or their possessions through their actions, it is their own responsibility

at risk to oneself in risk US English

With the possibility of endangering oneself or something

risk one's neck in risk US English

Put one’s life in danger

run the risk in risk US English

Expose oneself to the possibility of something unpleasant occurring

at the risk of doing something US English

Although there is the possibility of something unpleasant resulting

riskless US English

Carrying no risk; safe

at the risk of doing something in risk US English

Although there is the possibility of something unpleasant resulting

occupational hazard US English

A risk accepted as a consequence of a particular occupation

at one's own risk in risk US English

Used to indicate that if harm befalls a person or their possessions through their actions, it is their own responsibility

run the risk or run risks in risk US English

Expose oneself to the possibility of something unpleasant occurring

at risk to oneself or something in risk US English

With the possibility of endangering oneself or something

risk US Thesaurus

there is a certain amount of risk

risk English-Spanish

riesgo masculine

at-risk English-Spanish

de peligro

all-risk English-Spanish

contra todo riesgo

high-risk English-Spanish

de alto riesgo

low-risk English-Spanish

poco arriesgado

risk capital English-Spanish

capital-riesgo

at risk in risk US Thesaurus

our soldiers are at risk every day

to risk -ing English-Spanish

arriesgarse*

risk manager in risk English-Spanish

gestor, -tora masculine, feminineor gerente masculine and feminine de riesgos

a health risk in risk English-Spanish

un peligro para la salud

we risk defeat in risk English-Spanish

corremos el riesgo de

a security risk in security English-Spanish

un peligro para la seguridad


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