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danger /ˈdeɪndʒə $ -ər/ noun

به خطر افتادن (کشتی) ، خطر ، ورزش: به خطر افتادن
Synonyms: peril, hazard, jeopardy, menace, pitfall, risk, threat, vulnerability
Antonyms: security
Contrasted words: safety, exemption, immunity, defense, guard, protection, safeguard, shield
Related Idioms: dangerous ground, thin ice
Related Words: menace, precariousness, threat, emergency, exigency, pass, precipice

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

danger S2 W2 /ˈdeɪndʒə $ -ər/ noun
[Word Family: adjective: endangered, dangerous; verb: endanger; noun: danger; adverb: dangerously]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: dangier, from Vulgar Latin dominiarium 'power to do harm', from Latin dominium 'ownership']

1. [uncountable] the possibility that someone or something will be harmed, destroyed, or killed:
Danger! No boats beyond this point.
The refugees believe that their lives are in danger.
danger of
The danger of a fire in the home increases during the holidays.
danger from
The public was not aware of the danger from nuclear tests in Nevada.

2. [uncountable and countable] the possibility that something bad will happen
be in danger of (doing) something
The party is in danger of being defeated in the next election.
danger that
There is a danger that museums will attempt to entertain rather than educate.
the danger of (doing) something
to guard against the danger of becoming isolated
a danger sign/signal
He didn’t look pleased, but she ignored the danger signals.

3. [countable] something or someone that may harm or kill you:
the dangers that abound in the region
danger of
the dangers of drug use
be a danger to somebody/something
The wreck is a danger to other ships.

4. there’s no danger of something used to say that something will not happen:
There’s no danger of confusion.
There’s no danger of Darren ever getting up early.

5. be on the danger list British English to be so ill that you may die

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. big, considerable, enormous, extreme, grave, great, mortal, obvious, real, serious, terrible They are in grave danger of losing everything. She knew that she was now in mortal danger. There is a real danger that the bridge will collapse from the weight of traffic. | acute, immediate, imminent, impending They are in imminent danger of attack.
constant, ever-present the ever-present danger of crime
long-term | inherent There are inherent dangers in the system.
slight | possible, potential | personal | physical | public The pollution from the factory is a public danger.
PREP. in ~ We weren't in any danger.
in ~ of The plant is now in danger of extinction.
out of ~ They ran until they were out of danger.
~ from, ~ of We're in serious danger of becoming a nation of worriers.
~ to There is no danger to the public from these chemicals.
PHRASES be off/on the danger list He was admitted to hospital in critical condition, but is now off the danger list.
VERB + DANGER be exposed to, face On their journey across the desert they faced danger of all sorts. | be fraught with, involve The task was fraught with danger.
cause He was convicted of causing danger to other road users.
pose the dangers posed by the possession of nuclear weapons
be aware of, foresee, identify, realize, recognize, see, sense, smell, spot No one foresaw the danger. The animal seemed to sense danger.
run A company must keep developing or it runs the danger of stagnating.
court Some people take crazy risks because they get a thrill from courting danger.
avert Vigorous action is needed to avert the danger of runaway inflation.
lessen, minimize, reduce | avoid, escape | ignore
DANGER + VERB exist, face sb, lie in sth, lurk, threaten sb One of the biggest dangers facing us may be climate change. The danger lies in becoming too complacent. Where would they hide if danger threatened?
arise, come (from sb/sth) The biggest danger to gorillas comes from humans.
pass We waited until all danger had passed.
DANGER + NOUN area, spot, zone Despite the high levels of radiation, people are now moving back into the danger zone.
signals, signs He recognized the danger signs and gave up smoking.
money The divers were paid danger money for working in such hazardous conditions.
man The United manager believes Figo is the opposition's danger man.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


be in danger
The public was not in danger at any time.
be in danger of doing something
It was clear that the ship was in grave danger of sinking.
be out of danger (=no longer be in danger)
John is still in hospital but he is out of danger.
put somebody/sb’s life in danger
Firemen put their own lives in danger as part of their job.
be fraught with danger (=involve a lot of danger)
Their journey was long and fraught with danger.
great danger
I knew I was in great danger.
grave/serious danger (=very great)
You have put us all in grave danger.
mortal danger literary (=danger of death)
The plane’s crew were now in mortal danger.
immediate/imminent danger (=likely to happen very soon)
The passengers on the boat were not in immediate danger.
potential danger (=possible but not definite)
Gloves should be worn because of the potential danger of infection.
constant danger (=continuing all the time)
They are in constant danger of attack.
physical danger (=danger to your body)
Many sports involve some physical danger.
face danger
Today’s police officers face danger every day.
sense danger (=feel that there is danger)
The animal lifted its head, sensing danger.
danger threatens (=seems likely)
Most birds will warn other birds when danger threatens.
danger passes (=there is no longer any danger)
At last the sound of bombing had stopped and the danger had passed.
a danger area/zone (=an area that could be dangerous)
People living in the danger area have been told to leave.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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