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  1. danger

    • IPA[ˈdeɪn(d)ʒə]

    英式

    • n.
      the possibility of suffering harm or injury;a cause or likely cause of harm or injury
    • noun: danger, plural noun: dangers

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the possibility of suffering harm or injury:

      his life was in danger

    • 2. a cause or likely cause of harm or injury:

      the dangers of smoking

    • 3. the possibility of something unwelcome or unpleasant happening:

      she was in danger of being exploited

      there was no danger of the champagne running out

    • 4. the status of a railway signal indicating that the line is not clear and that a train should not proceed:

      one of the trains involved passed a signal at danger

    • n. an area in which there is a high risk of harm:

    • plans were already being made for schools to be evacuated from the danger area

      if you live in a hurricane danger area, gather your storm supplies

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    • n. a railway signal indicating that the line is not clear and instructing the driver to halt.

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    • n. an area in which there is a high risk of harm, especially where this risk has been officially identified:

    • this is a danger zone where any one of us can step on a landmine

      nuclear reactors in Europe have danger zones of 800 meters in radius

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    • n. an area in which there is a high risk of harm, especially where this risk has been officially identified:

    • this is a danger zone where any one of us can step on a landmine

      nuclear reactors in Europe have danger zones of 800 meters in radius

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    • n. a railway signal indicating that the line is not clear and instructing the driver to halt.

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    • n. an area in which there is a high risk of harm:

    • plans were already being made for schools to be evacuated from the danger area

      if you live in a hurricane danger area, gather your storm supplies

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    • n. an indication that a bad or dangerous situation is likely to develop:

    • parents of young addicts often miss the early danger signs

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    • n. a list of those who are dangerously ill in hospital:

    • he is now off the danger list

      the 28-year-old is still on the danger list

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    • IPA[ˈdānjər]

    美式

    • n.
      the possibility of suffering harm or injury:
    • his life was in danger

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  2. 知識+

    • Danger-prone”是形容詞?

      Danger-prone是prone to danger的意思; 用在句子裡會如下例所示:Riding a motocycle at high speed is prone to danger (或 ...is danger-prone). 飛車騎機車極為危險。是因為它接在be動詞後面的詞性相同, 所以danger-prone是當形容詞使用。

    • 英文問題(Danger)

      danger─(名)危險;風險;危險物 dangeous─(形)危險的;非常不安全的 danger有『危險物』這一個解釋,dangeous是在修飾名詞的形容詞,所以直接打danger比較快~~不是很仔細~~sorry

    • 請問with delight 跟 in danger

      ...with little patience= impatiently with ease= easily 至於in也是類似如此 in danger就是處在危險之中 這算是一個片語 in despair= despairing 這兩者的差別...