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English translation of 'dangereux'

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dangereux

[dɑ̃ʒʀø ]
Word forms: dangereux, dangereuse
adjective
dangerous
les produits dangereux dangerous products
les matières dangereuses hazardous materials
dangereux pour la santé harmful to health

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Example Sentences Including 'dangereux'

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C'est dangereux ces animaux -là, ils crèvent les yeux des marins qui tombent à l'eau Sans commentaire.
Collectif (Edel, Patrick & Wolfram, Bernard) Carnets d'aventures, Spécial, 2/1989
C'est une dérive journalistique très courante mais il serait très dangereux qu'un fait divers influe sur le vote d'une loi.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Je ne savais pas qu'il était comme cela, que c'était, au fond, quelqu'un de dangereux.
Basset-Chercot, Pascal Le baptême du boiteux
Le projet de loi d'amnistie présidentielle couvre les stationnements gênants " non dangereux " ou le non-respect du stationnement.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Les astéroïdes les plus dangereux sont ceux de plus de 10 kilomètres de diamètre.
Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
On l'entoure, on le presse de toutes parts Dépêchez -vous, lui dit -on, vous voyez bien qu'il est dangereux.
Delarue, Jean-Claude Le ras-le-bol des administrés
Or, ce secrétaire mystérieux et impeccable n'est autre qu'un dangereux révolutionnaire.
Marie Claire

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'dangereux' in Other Languages

British English: dangerous /ˈdeɪndʒərəs/ ADJECTIVE
If something is dangerous, it may hurt or harm you.
...dangerous chemicals.
  • American English: dangerous
  • Arabic: خَطِير
  • Brazilian Portuguese: perigoso
  • Chinese: 危险的
  • Croatian: opasan
  • Czech: nebezpečný
  • Danish: farlig
  • Dutch: gevaarlijk
  • European Spanish: peligroso
  • Finnish: vaarallinen
  • French: dangereux
  • German: gefährlich
  • Greek: επικίνδυνος
  • Italian: pericoloso
  • Japanese: 危険な
  • Korean: 위험한
  • Norwegian: farlig
  • Polish: niebezpieczny
  • European Portuguese: perigoso
  • Romanian: periculos
  • Russian: опасный
  • Spanish: peligroso
  • Swedish: farlig
  • Thai: ซึ่งเป็นอันตราย
  • Turkish: tehlikeli
  • Ukrainian: небезпечний
  • Vietnamese: nguy hiểm
British English: hazardous ADJECTIVE
Something that is hazardous is dangerous, especially to people's health or safety.
They have no way to dispose of the hazardous waste they produce.
British English: reckless ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is reckless, you mean that they act in a way which shows that they do not care about danger or the effect their behaviour will have on other people.
He is charged with reckless driving.
British English: unsafe ADJECTIVE
If a building, machine, activity, or area is unsafe, it is dangerous.
Critics claim the trucks are unsafe.
  • American English: unsafe
  • Brazilian Portuguese: perigoso
  • Chinese: 危险的
  • European Spanish: inseguro
  • French: dangereux
  • German: nicht sicher
  • Italian: pericoloso
  • Japanese: 安全でない
  • Korean: 안전하지 않은
  • European Portuguese: perigoso
  • Spanish: inseguro

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