Dangerous

  • 1 dangerous — dan·ger·ous adj 1: creating a risk of bodily injury a dangerous condition of a public building 2: able or likely to inflict esp. serious bodily injury a dangerous criminal with no regard for human life a dangerous animal; also: deadly …

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  • 2 Dangerous — describes something that encompasses danger. It may also refer to: Contents 1 Music 1.1 Artists 1.2 Albums 1.3 Songs 1.4 …

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  • 3 Dangerous — The Short Films …

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  • 4 dangerous — dangerous, hazardous, precarious, perilous, risky all mean attended by or involving the possibility of loss, evil, injury, harm; however, they are frequently not freely interchangeable in usage. Dangerous applies to persons, things, or situations …

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  • 5 Dangerous — Dan ger*ous, a. [OE., haughty, difficult, dangerous, fr. OF. dangereus, F. dangereux. See {Danger}.] 1. Attended or beset with danger; full of risk; perilous; hazardous; unsafe. [1913 Webster] Our troops set forth to morrow; stay with us; The… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 Dangerous — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término Dangerous puede hacer referencia a: Dangerous , canción de M. Pokora con Timbaland y Sebastian, del álbum MP3; Dangerous , cuarto álbum de estudio de Michael Jackson; Dangerous (canción) Canción de Michael …

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  • 7 Dangerous — (engl.: gefährlich) bezeichnet: Dangerous (Album), Album von Michael Jackson (1991) Dangerous (Film), US amerikanisches Filmdrama von Alfred E. Green (1935) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrere …

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  • 8 dangerous — early 13c., difficult, arrogant, severe (the opposite of affable), from Anglo Fr. dangerous, O.Fr. dangeros (12c., Mod.Fr. dangereux), from danger (see DANGER (Cf. danger)). In Chaucer, it means hard to please, reluctant to give; sense of full of …

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  • 9 dangerous — [adj] hazardous, troubling alarming, bad, breakneck*, chancy, critical, dangersome, deadly, delicate, dynamite, exposed, fatal, formidable, hairy*, heavy*, hot*, impending, impregnable, insecure, jeopardous, loaded, malignant, menacing, mortal,… …

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  • 10 dangerous — ► ADJECTIVE 1) likely to cause harm. 2) likely to cause problems. DERIVATIVES dangerously adverb dangerousness noun …

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  • 11 dangerous — [dān′jərəs] adj. [ME < OFr dangereus] full of danger; likely to cause injury, pain, etc.; unsafe; perilous dangerously adv. dangerousness n …

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  • 12 dangerous — dan|ger|ous W2S2 [ˈdeındʒərəs] adj 1.) able or likely to harm or kill you →↑harmful ▪ laws about dangerous dogs ▪ Some of these prisoners are extremely dangerous. ▪ It s dangerous for a woman to walk alone at night. dangerous for ▪ The crumbling… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13 dangerous */*/*/ — UK [ˈdeɪndʒərəs] / US adjective 1) likely to harm or kill someone, or to damage or destroy something a dangerous dog a dangerous stretch of road Air pollution has reached dangerous levels in some cities. highly dangerous: an exciting but highly… …

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  • 14 dangerous — dan|ger|ous [ deındʒərəs ] adjective *** 1. ) likely to harm or kill someone or to damage or destroy something: a dangerous dog a dangerous stretch of road Air pollution has reached dangerous levels in some cities. highly dangerous: an exciting… …

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  • 15 Dangerous — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia : « Dangerous », sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) Dangerous est un mot anglais signifiant… …

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  • 16 dangerous — adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, look, prove, seem, sound ▪ become, get ▪ The situation could get dangerous …

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  • 17 dangerous — adjective 1 able or likely to harm or kill you: dangerous animals | Neil thought the man looked dangerous. | it is dangerous (for sb) to do sth: It s dangerous for women to walk alone at night. | highly/very dangerous: It would be highly… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 dangerous — adj. 1) dangerous to + inf. (it s dangerous to play in the street) 2) dangerous that + clause (it s dangerous that so many people have guns) * * * [ deɪndʒərəs] dangerous that + clause (it s dangerous that so many people have guns) dangerous to + …

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  • 19 dangerous — adjective Date: 15th century 1. exposing to or involving danger < a dangerous job > 2. able or likely to inflict injury or harm < a dangerous man > • dangerously adverb • dangerousness noun Synonyms …

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  • 20 dangerous*/*/*/ — [ˈdeɪndʒərəs] adj 1) likely to cause serious harm, or to have a bad effect a dangerous dog[/ex] an example of dangerous driving[/ex] an exciting but highly dangerous sport[/ex] We don t know whether these chemicals are dangerous to humans.[/ex]… …

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