dangerous

英 ['deɪn(d)ʒ(ə)rəs] 美 ['dendʒərəs]
  • adj. 危险的
  • 危险地
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1. 谐音"单脚拉屎" --- 危险游戏,请勿模仿。
2. 趣味注音:blush 不拉屎,ambulance 俺不拉屎,dangerous 单脚拉屎。
dangerous (adj.)
early 13c., "difficult, arrogant, severe" (the opposite of affable), from Anglo-French dangerous, Old French dangeros (12c., Modern French dangereux), from danger (see danger).

In Chaucer, it means "hard to please, reluctant to give;" sense of "full of danger, risky" is from late 15c. Other words used in this sense included dangersome (1560s), dangerful (1540s). Related: Dangerously.
1. Such laws could protect the consumer from harmful or dangerous remedies.
这样的法规可以保护消费者免受有害或者危险药品的威胁。

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2. Dangerous undertows make swimming unsafe along most of the coastline.
由于存在着危险的下层逆流,在大部分海岸线附近游泳都不安全。

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3. He described the situation as very dangerous and called for resolute action.
他将形势描述得非常危险,并号召采取果断行动。

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4. The strategy was too dangerous in the explosive circumstances of the times.
在当时那种一触即发的形势下,采取那样的策略太危险了。

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5. To ascribe opinions retrospectively is of course very dangerous.
事后再翻出当初谁说了什么当然是很危险的。

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