Definition of 'danger zone'
Example sentences containing 'danger zone'
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It is the biggest danger zone that remains in our sport. The Sun (2016)We are trekking out of the avalanche danger zone and heading back down along the circuit. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The danger zone is most definitely the wedding season. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He was in the danger zone and so were most of my friends. The Sun (2012)Thinking we're done at this stage is one of the great danger zones of mentoring. Christianity Today (2000)And it's safe to say the danger zone is a thing of the past. The Sun (2009)About 20,000 people were reported to be still in the danger zone. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is not stopping at the penalty spot, he is kicking on into the real danger zone. The Sun (2013)Royals are the stuff of popular legend and are under pressure to make the legend a reality, particularly in a danger zone. The Bullet Catchers (1989)Indeed, their run of one point from their past eight away games smacks of a side set to slip towards the danger zone. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Tributes by colleagues confirmed her reputation as courageous, consistent in her personal convictions and steadfast in her dedication to reporting humanely from danger zones. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But I haven't gone near the danger zones yet. The Sun (2011)Ninth and 11th on the grid leaves the two Mercedes drivers some way off the pace and in the danger zone first time through the hairpin. Times, Sunday Times (2010)THE unit play a vital role in Afghanistan, flying in and out of danger zones to support troops on the ground. The Sun (2010)
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