run+the+risk

  • 1 Run the Risk — was a BBC1 children s show, which aired from 1992 until the end of 1997. It was usually aired in Saturday mornings during Live Kicking. It was presented by Peter Simon for the entire run alongside Shane Ritchie, John Eccleston and Bobby Davro,… …

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  • 2 run the risk of — to do something that may result in (something bad or unpleasant happening) You run the risk of being misunderstood if you don t explain your purpose carefully. That strategy runs the risk of undermining their authority. It s a dangerous policy t …

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  • 3 run the risk of — run the risk (of (doing something)) to make possible a particular result. When doctors fail to follow government guidelines, they run the risk of being sued by their patients. Usage notes: sometimes followed by a clause beginning with that: By… …

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  • 4 run the risk — (of (doing something)) to make possible a particular result. When doctors fail to follow government guidelines, they run the risk of being sued by their patients. Usage notes: sometimes followed by a clause beginning with that: By giving students …

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  • 5 run the risk — index bet Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 6 run the risk — I run the risk (or run risks) expose oneself to the possibility of something unpleasant occurring she preferred not to run the risk of encountering his sister II run the risk (or run risks) see risk …

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  • 7 run the risk — be at risk, be unable to control the risk or danger    When you invest in stocks, you run the risk of losing money …

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  • 8 run the risk — Take the chance, risk it, run the hazard …

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  • 9 run the risk of — be in danger of …

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  • 10 run the risk of doing something — run the risk (of (doing something)) to make possible a particular result. When doctors fail to follow government guidelines, they run the risk of being sued by their patients. Usage notes: sometimes followed by a clause beginning with that: By… …

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  • 11 run the risk (of something) — phrase to be in a situation in which something bad could happen She didn’t go, because she didn’t want to run the risk of seeing Neil again. The President runs the risk of assassination with every public appearance. Thesaurus: to take… …

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  • 12 run the risk (of something doing something) — run the ˈrisk (of sth/of doing sth) | run ˈrisks idiom to be or put yourself in a situation in which sth bad could happen to you • We don t want to run the risk of losing their business. • Investment is all about running risks. Main entry:… …

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  • 13 run the risk (of of doing something) — run the ˈrisk (of sth/of doing sth) | run ˈrisks idiom to be or put yourself in a situation in which sth bad could happen to you • We don t want to run the risk of losing their business. • Investment is all about running risks. Main entry:… …

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  • 14 run the risk of doing sth — run a/the risk of doing sth ► to be in a situation in which there is the possibility that something bad might happen: »A company without good customer service runs the risk of losing its customers good will. Main Entry: ↑run …

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  • 15 to run the risk of — • take risks • to run the risk of to follow a course of action, knowing that it may lead to negative results; to take a chance(s) …

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  • 16 run\ a\ risk — • run a risk • take a risk v. phr. To be open to danger or loss; put yourself in danger; be unprotected. A baseball umpire wears a mask and chest protector so he won t run the risk of being hit by the ball. Billy takes a risk of being hit by a… …

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  • 17 run a risk — ► to do something that might be harmful or dangerous: »You re running a big risk if oil prices drop sharply. run the risk of doing sth »Few IFAs are prepared to run the risk of advising a client to switch out of equities and into bonds and cash… …

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  • 18 run a risk — verb take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome (Freq. 7) When you buy these stocks you are gambling • Syn: ↑gamble, ↑chance, ↑risk, ↑hazard, ↑take chances, ↑adventure, ↑ …

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  • 19 run a risk — or[take a risk] {v. phr.} To be open to danger or loss; put yourself in danger; be unprotected. * /A baseball umpire wears a mask and chest protector so he won t run the risk of being hit by the ball./ * /Billy takes a risk of being hit by a car… …

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  • 20 run a risk — or[take a risk] {v. phr.} To be open to danger or loss; put yourself in danger; be unprotected. * /A baseball umpire wears a mask and chest protector so he won t run the risk of being hit by the ball./ * /Billy takes a risk of being hit by a car… …

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