Sinônimos de precarious
(of a position or situation) dangerous or insecureOur financial situation had become precarious.
huge allowances paid to staff working in insecure environments
a dangerous undertaking
Students all over the country are facing an uncertain future.
This could be a very tricky problem.
It is a very risky business.
Why did he sound so doubtful?
My parents were a bit dubious about it all.
The unsettled political scene worries some investors.
dodgy (British, Australian, New Zealand, informal), ,
Predicting voting trends is a dodgy business.
Fifty-two per cent were unsure about the idea.
Below decks was hazardous in very heavy weather.
His driving was a bit hairy.
a perilous journey across the war-zone
touch and go,
It was touch and go whether we'd go bankrupt.
dicey (informal, mainly British),
a dicey moment during a risky climb up the cliff
Investment is becoming a chancy business.
built on sand,
(of a position or situation) dangerous or insecureThey crawled up a precarious rope ladder.
He was emotionally unstable.
Our house will remain on shaky foundations unless the architect sorts out the basement.
low-paid, insecure jobs
Critics claim the trucks are unsafe.
She had proved to be an unreliable witness and had lied to police.
a slightly unsteady item of furniture
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in the sense of chancy
uncertain or riskyInvestment is becoming a chancy business.
in the sense of dicey
dangerous or trickya dicey moment during a risky climb up the cliff
in the sense of dodgy
dangerous, risky, or unreliablePredicting voting trends is a dodgy business.
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