In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(involving, causing risk)(business/project/investment) de alto riesgo(tactics/occupation) expuesto(occupation/tactics) riesgoso Latin America
- Although not considered high-risk surgery, potential dangers include infection and ulcers.
- In financial circles his reputation for tough decision-taking and high-risk takeovers is legendary.
- Moving patients between wards is bad practice, particularly with high-risk patients.
- Even though many investors welcome this new freedom, day trading is very high-risk.
- It would be a fairly high-risk strategy to buy individual equities.
2(at risk)(patient/category) de alto riesgo
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