In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(reputation/life/chances) poner en peligro(chances/life/reputation) hacer peligrar
- It breaks my heart that anyone could truly believe that Michael would do anything to harm or endanger our children.
- They emphasise that it is the mental distraction afforded by a mobile phone, rather than the physical act of using it, which endangers the driver and any cars nearby.
- It has been criticised for endangering the broad popularity of the game and risking losing the attention of youngsters.
- Corporate control endangers every aspect of our lives already.
- The conservationists argue the vehicles endanger life and damage flora and fauna.
- In pursuit of empire abroad, it endangers the Republic at home.
- Revealing classified information is illegal, alerts our enemies, and endangers our country.
- Some have suggested that the controversy endangers the brothers' lives.
- Section 367 requires that machinery not be started or operated if doing so endangers the operator or another worker.
- Moreover, as Hugh explains, the statement endangers American lives by providing powerful propaganda to our enemies.
- The task force wanted to address the problem that arises in certain instances when a patient threatens or endangers a psychologist.
- Pollution is not only the biggest threat to human health and livelihood; it also endangers marine life.
- Still, many Japanese have criticised the mission, saying it unnecessarily endangers lives and violates the country's pacifist constitution.
- But creating chaos that endangers public safety is not a civil liberty.
- He had earlier been found not guilty on charges of damaging an aircraft so as to endanger its safety in flight.
- Why change direction now and risk endangering Smith's achievement in Dundee, one of Scotland's few successes?
- Would even you take the risk of endangering the lives of both Peter and Erin, our friends?
- It's just not worth the risk of breaking an axle or burning a clutch and endangering other folks.
- Your eyes are much too valuable to risk endangering them so make sure you don't forget.
- By their nature, these risks potentially can endanger all forms of life on the planet.
- The third policy is to take every reasonable precaution not to harm or endanger life, either human or non-human.
2endangered past participle(species/wildlife) en peligro de extinción(species/wildlife) en vías de extinción
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