English translation of 'arriscar'
1. to risk
2. (pôr em perigo) to endanger, jeopardize
arriscar-se reflexive verb
to take a risk
arriscar-se a fazer to risk doing
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'arriscar' in Other Languages
British English: risk /rɪsk/ VERB
If you risk something unpleasant, you do something knowing that the unpleasant thing might happen as a result.
He's willing to risk making a fool of himself.
- American English: risk
- Arabic: يُجَازِفُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: arriscar
- Chinese: 冒险
- Croatian: riskirati
- Czech: riskovat
- Danish: risikere
- Dutch: riskeren
- European Spanish: arriesgar
- Finnish: riskeerata
- French: risquer
- German: riskieren
- Greek: διακινδυνεύω
- Italian: rischiare
- Japanese: 危険にさらす
- Korean: 위험을 무릅쓰다
- Norwegian: risikere
- Polish: zaryzykować
- European Portuguese: arriscar
- Romanian: a risca
- Russian: рисковать
- Spanish: arriesgar
- Swedish: riskera
- Thai: เสี่ยง
- Turkish: tehlikeye atmak
- Ukrainian: ризикувати
- Vietnamese: liều lĩnh
British English: hazard VERB
If you hazard someone or something, you put them into a situation which might be dangerous for them.
He could not believe that, had the man known how much he was at risk, he would have hazarded his grandson.
British English: jeopardize VERB
To jeopardize a situation or activity means to do something that may destroy it or cause it to fail.
He has jeopardized the future of his government.
Translation of arriscar from the Collins Portuguese to English
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