DEIND


DEIND
deinde

Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions . 2014.

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  • danger — dan|ger W2S2 [ˈdeındʒə US ər] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: dangier, from Vulgar Latin dominiarium power to do harm , from Latin dominium ownership ] 1.) [U] the possibility that someone or something will be harmed, destroyed, or… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dangerous — dan|ger|ous W2S2 [ˈdeındʒərəs] adj 1.) able or likely to harm or kill you →↑harmful ▪ laws about dangerous dogs ▪ Some of these prisoners are extremely dangerous. ▪ It s dangerous for a woman to walk alone at night. dangerous for ▪ The crumbling… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • endanger — en|dan|ger [ınˈdeındʒə US ər] v [T] to put someone or something in danger of being hurt, damaged, or destroyed ▪ Smoking during pregnancy endangers your baby s life . >endangered adj ▪ The lizards are classed as an endangered species (=one… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • preordained — pre|or|dained [ˌpri:o:ˈdeınd US o:r ] adj formal if something is preordained, it is certain to happen in the future because God or ↑fate has decided it ▪ Is everything we do preordained? …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Come quick, danger — Come quick, dan|ger [ kʌm kwik deindʒə] <engl. ; »Kommt schnell, Gefahr!«> ehemaliges Seenotfunksignal; Abk.: CQD …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • danger — dan|ger [ deındʒər ] noun *** 1. ) uncount a situation in which harm, death, damage, or destruction is possible: The notice said Danger! Keep Out! in danger: The President was in no danger at any time. be in great/grave danger: You must leave… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • dangerous — dan|ger|ous [ deındʒərəs ] adjective *** 1. ) likely to harm or kill someone or to damage or destroy something: a dangerous dog a dangerous stretch of road Air pollution has reached dangerous levels in some cities. highly dangerous: an exciting… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • dangerously — dan|ger|ous|ly [ deındʒərəsli ] adverb 1. ) to such a degree that harm, death, damage, or destruction is possible: dangerously low/high/hot etc.: Her blood pressure was climbing dangerously high. dangerously close/near: He was standing… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • endanger — en|dan|ger [ ın deındʒər ] verb transitive to put someone or something into a situation where they might be harmed: The hospital is accused of endangering patients lives. new tensions that could endanger the peace process …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • endangered species — en|dan|gered spe|cies [ ın,deındʒərd spiʃiz ] noun count a type of animal or plant that may soon become EXTINCT (=disappear from the world) …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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