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hazard

[ haz-erd ]
/ ˈhæz ərd /
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noun
verb (used with object)
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Idioms about hazard

    at hazard, at risk; at stake; subject to chance: His reputation was at hazard in his new ventures.

Origin of hazard

1250–1300; Middle English hasard<Old French, perhaps <Arabic al-zahr the die

synonym study for hazard

1. See danger.

OTHER WORDS FROM hazard

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British Dictionary definitions for hazard

hazard
/ (ˈhæzəd) /

noun
verb (tr)

Derived forms of hazard

hazardable, adjectivehazard-free, adjective

Word Origin for hazard

C13: from Old French hasard, from Arabic az-zahr the die
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