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  1. hazard

    • IPA[ˈhazəd]

    英式

    • n.
      a danger or risk;a potential source of danger
    • v.
      say (something) in a tentative way;put (something) at risk of being lost
    • noun: hazard, plural noun: hazards

    • verb: hazard, 3rd person present: hazards, gerund or present participle: hazarding, past tense: hazarded, past participle: hazarded

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a danger or risk:

      the hazards of childbirth

    • 2. a potential source of danger:

      a safety hazard

    • 3. a permanent feature of a golf course which presents an obstruction to playing a shot, such as a bunker or stream.
    • 4. chance; probability:

      we can form no calculation concerning the laws of hazard

    • 5. a gambling game using two dice, in which the chances are complicated by arbitrary rules.
    • 6. (in real tennis) each of the winning openings in the court.
    • 7. a stroke with which a ball is pocketed.
    • 8. the pocketing of the cue ball off another ball.
    • 9. the pocketing of the object ball.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. say (something) in a tentative way:

      he hazarded a guess

    • 2. put (something) at risk of being lost:

      the cargo business is too risky to hazard money on

    • n. lack of incentive to guard against risk where one is protected from its consequences, e.g. by insurance.

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    • n. lack of incentive to guard against risk where one is protected from its consequences, e.g. by insurance.

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    • n. a risk accepted as a consequence of a particular occupation:

    • visual overload is a necessary occupational hazard of busy art critics

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    • n. each of a pair of yellow flashing indicator lights on a vehicle, switched on simultaneously as a warning that the vehicle is stationary or unexpectedly slowing down or reversing.

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    • n. a material, substance, or action that increases the likelihood of an accidental fire occurring:

    • the large number of dead trees poses a fire hazard

      smoking in toilets is a fire hazard

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    • n. a risk accepted as a consequence of a particular occupation:

    • visual overload is a necessary occupational hazard of busy art critics

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    • n. extra payment for working under dangerous conditions; danger money.

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    • n. extra payment for working under dangerous conditions.

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    • IPA[ˈhazərd]

    美式

    • n.
      a danger or risk:
    • the hazards of smoking
    • v.
      venture to say (something):
    • he hazarded a guess

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