dangerous


dangerous
adj.
VERBS
be, feel, look, prove, seem, sound
become, get

The situation could get dangerous.

remain
make sth

The ice is making the roads very dangerous tonight.

consider sth, regard sth as

The escapee is not considered dangerous.

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
exceedingly, highly, incredibly, terribly

a highly dangerous situation

increasingly
a little, slightly, etc.
possibly, potentially
downright, positively

It's a risky idea, if not downright dangerous!

inherently
notoriously

This route through the mountains is notoriously dangerous.

politically

Raising income tax is considered politically dangerous.

PREPOSITION
for

This treatment is extremely dangerous for the mother.

to

not dangerous to humans

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Dangerous is used with these nouns: ↑adventure, ↑animal, ↑assignment, ↑bacteria, ↑bend, ↑business, ↑chemical, ↑combination, ↑complication, ↑condition, ↑consequence, ↑creature, ↑criminal, ↑current, ↑degree, ↑delusion, ↑disease, ↑dog, ↑driver, ↑driving, ↑drug, ↑encounter, ↑enemy, ↑environment, ↑fault, ↑foe, ↑fugitive, ↑gamble, ↑game, ↑glint, ↑ground, ↑habit, ↑illness, ↑illusion, ↑imbalance, ↑job, ↑journey, ↑junction, ↑level, ↑lunatic, ↑manoeuvre, ↑mission, ↑myth, ↑neighbourhood, ↑obsession, ↑occupation, ↑opponent, ↑parasite, ↑pastime, ↑pesticide, ↑place, ↑play, ↑player, ↑precedent, ↑proposition, ↑road, ↑route, ↑side effect, ↑situation, ↑slippery slope, ↑sport, ↑street, ↑stretch, ↑stunt, ↑substance, ↑subversive, ↑task, ↑tendency, ↑territory, ↑thing, ↑threat, ↑trend, ↑waste, ↑water, ↑weapon, ↑work

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