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peligrar

Translation of peligrar in English:

verbo intransitivo

  • to be at risk
    su vida peligra
    her life is at risk o in danger
    la crisis económica hace peligrar muchos puestos de trabajo
    the economic crisis is putting many jobs at risk o is threatening o endangering many jobs
Example sentences
  • El fastidio es contra quienes ingresaron en el segundo tiempo he hicieron peligrar la victoria.
  • Si sólo utilizamos esta modalidad, estaríamos haciendo peligrar la Medicina.
  • Así y todo, peligra la continuidad del oficialismo.

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