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danger*/*/*/
[ˈdeɪndʒə]
noun
1) [U] a situation in which serious harm, death, or damage is possible
The notice said ‘Danger! Keep Out!'[/ex]
All three children are now reported to be out of danger.[/ex]
There is danger from exposure to radiation.[/ex]
His actions put the child's life in danger.[/ex]
2) [C/U] a situation in which something unpleasant might happen
There is a danger that the money will simply be wasted.[/ex]
The peace talks are now in danger of collapse.[/ex]
3) [C] a person or thing that might cause serious harm or damage
Falling rocks pose a serious danger to tourists.[/ex]
a campaign to warn children of the dangers of electricity[/ex]

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