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risknoun

  • ja危険(性)、恐れ
  • ena person, thing, or situation that is likely to cause problems or danger at some time in the future

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Why is she marrying Andy?
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Angela's not really a risk-taker.
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And Andy's not really a risk.
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I am taking a calculated risk.
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What's the upside?
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I overcome my nausea, fall deeply in love, babies, normalcy, no more self-loathing.
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Downside?
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I date Michael Scott publicly and collapse unto myself like a dying star.
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Our first contact with an alien civilization is a risk!
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People will die!
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Have you ever retired a human by mistake?
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No.
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But in your position, that is a risk.
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We think of wine as a high class item only accessible by high class people.
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But it's just tasty fermented grapes.
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So, you know what, forget the snobs.
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Take risks and drink what tastes good to you.
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I don't know what's been going on with circumcision lately being in the news.
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Everyone's talking about it.
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There's a huge uproar.
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There are health benefits to getting a circumcision.
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There are health risks to getting a circumcision.
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The health benefits are pretty few and far in between.
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But if some people, for religious reasons, wanna get one and there are some health benefits,
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we do do them.

Other meanings for risk...

riskverb

  • ja危険を冒す、危険にさらす
  • ento put something in a situation in which it could be lost, destroyed, or harmed or to do something that could result in something bad or unpleasant
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No, I can't.
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We're friends.
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No! Oh, no.
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I don't want to risk what we have.
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What kind of a queen am I if I'm not willing to risk my life to fight them?
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A smart one.
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He drove a dagger into the walker's heart.
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He’s risked his own life to save mine more than once.
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He's a greater warrior than either of you will ever be.
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You've got to risk love, Sandra!
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Risk it.
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I didn't.
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Look at me.
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I'm an empty, lonely ghost of a man.
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And I'm letting you off easy.... this time.
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But I'll be watching you.
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Man, he's lucky he has that badge protecting him.
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I can't do this.
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Do what?
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We're being harassed.
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I'm going down to the station in the morning. We're fighting back.
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Oh, and risk pissing that creep off more?
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I can't live like this.
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Now, prepare to be de-skunkified.
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- Hold up! Please hold up! - Whoa! Whoa!
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What are you gonna spray us with?
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A chemical compound I created to neutralize the effect of skunk smell.
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Well, what if it's dangerous?
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Yeah, I cannot risk anything happening to this face.
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Gold!
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Find something, lietenant?
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Just an old nickel, Chris, just an old nickel.
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It's beautiful.
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What do you think it is?
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It's a mistake is what it is.
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One week to retirement, I risk my pension by stealing evidence?
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What the hell was I thinking?
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In any case, Anna meets another conventionally attractive, age-appropriate guy named Kristoff,
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who agrees to risk his life taking her up the mountain in exchange for a carrot.
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If you feel grateful for your relationships instead,
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you might accept invitations
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or even take the initiative.
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The more often you risk opening up,
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the higher the chance of solidifying relationships
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and meeting new people.
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Finally, nowadays there's a lot of pressure on people
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to be aware of what they're posting on social media,
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especially with how much scrutiny there is for celebrities.
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It seems like they can't even make any type of mistake
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or they risk the wrath of the internet.

risknoun

  • ja危険、リスク
  • enthe possibility of something bad happening
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So you won’t operate?
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The risk would be too great.
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But there is a procedure.
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There would be no point.
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The point would be to save a young girl who has her entire life ahead of her.
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She’s too far gone.
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Tammy's got me taking baby aspirin to lower my risk of heart disease.
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Science is a miracle.
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Anywho, back to the old grindstone.
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The thing that was different was they asked us to create a product that we don't have.
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And we believed in doing so, it would put millions of people at risk.
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And so that was a bridge we thought we shouldn't cross that was not good for America.
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Attention, squad.
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Mm, pretty dainty way to make an announcement.
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It's a workplace. I wanted to be respectful.
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Well, as someone at a high risk for a spook-related death, thank you.
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As I was saying, it's time for round 4 of the Halloween Heist —
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If I don't make it, tell Gina I love her.
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Using these lasers, we punch a hole in the protective layer around the world,
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which we call the ozone layer.
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Slowly but surely, ultraviolet rays would pour in,
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increasing the risk of skin cancer.
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That is, unless, the world pays us a hefty ransom.
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That also already has happened.
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I think it's important.
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You know, it's not that every one of these decisions is done hoping that they'll work out.
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It's real risk, but without that there's no payoff.
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And by the way, I think it's probably true of all kinds of risks in life, not just starting a business.
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Life is full of different risks.
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I think that the—
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When you think about the things that you will regret when you're 80,
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they are almost always the things that you did not do.
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This year, we're excited to announce that you can now work from home 2 days a week,
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as part of our new tele-bang policy.
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And, we're increasing our paid, parental leave from 4 months to 6 months.
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Lowering my risk of postpartum like a motherfucker.
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And innovation means doing new things.
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And that does mean new things have risks.
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And we need to address the risks, and we need to be careful in doing that.