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Synonyms for risk

stand a chance of

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dare

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Synonyms for risk

a possibility of danger or harm

exposure to possible harm, loss, or injury

a venture depending on chance

to expose to possible loss or damage

to subject to danger or destruction

to put up as a stake in a game or speculation

to run the risk of

Synonyms for risk

a venture undertaken without regard to possible loss or injury

the probability of becoming infected given that exposure to an infectious agent has occurred

the probability of being exposed to an infectious agent

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We include AGE, the age of the head of household in the analysis of RATIO and the age of the survey respondent in the analysis of RISKTAKER, to allow for systematic differences in financial risk taking by chronological age.
The classic shape and fabric reveal she is not a risktaker.
The classic shape and fabric reveal she is not a risktaker. She could have opted for an attention-seeking one but this reveals a girl with her feet on the ground."
"Bata pa lang ako risktaker na ako (Ever since I was young, I'm already a risk-taker)." His advice to his subscribers is to "do everything that will make you happy.
Wendlandt, 34, told the newspaper his entrepreneurial inspiration comes from being a "risktaker" and "doing something that nobody has done before." Previously, Wendlandt co-founded a medical scribe company.
KUSI News Anchor Lauren Phinney acted as master of ceremonies at the event that also recognized other local business owners for their service to the community with awards such as "The Best Place to Work," "The Risktaker," and, notably, "Women Championing Women." The ceremony also marked the installation of the 2019 Board of Directors led by City of Carlsbad Mayor Matt Hall.
In normal development you go through different stages, you identify with your mum, your dad, you experiment with being the risktaker, at being passive, you become a punk - experimenting with different facets of your identity is part of growing up.
We want to bring to the fore changemakers and to show our audience what it really means to be a risktaker in today's digitised economy," says Lamia Kamel, the CEO of CC Plus.
"There were flashes in the game where he looked exciting and in one-one-on situations he's got to be more of a risktaker. But he's only a baby, he's a kid.
It made me a risktaker in every facet of my life - emotionally, physically.
They were all silenced when Stephenson - a supreme risktaker - ensured Rocket beat all rivals at the Rainhill trials.
I'm not a risktaker; we're all naturally riskaverse, or so the default economic assumption goes.
Unfortunately, this view of the entrepreneur as being a high risktaker has become a caricature, creating a popular picture of entrepreneurs as individuals such as Richard Branson who gamble everything and win (or lose) big.