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The notice said 'Danger! Keep Out!'
The President was in no danger at any time.
You must leave immediately. You're in great danger here.
His actions put the child's life in danger.
All three children are now reported to be out of danger.
danger from exposure to radiation
This man had faced danger and death without flinching.
We must act now to avoid the danger of another rise in interest rates.
There is a danger that the money will simply be wasted.
There is a very real danger that people will lose interest.
The peace talks are now in danger of collapse.
'What if he comes back early from lunch?' 'There's no danger of that.'
The animal is a danger to the public.
Landslides and falling rocks pose a serious danger to tourists.
a campaign to warn children of the dangers of electricity
This is the British English definition of danger. View American English definition of danger.
old and no longer in good condition
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