listen to the pronunciation of peril
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} tehlike

Bir ulusun hayatı tehlikede değilse, savaş cinayettir. - Unless a nation's existence is in peril, war is murder.

Sami, içinde bulunduğu tehlikeyi fark etti. - Sami realized the peril he was in.

(Kanun) muhatara
(isim) tehlike
{f} tehlikeye atmak
(fiil) tehlikeye atmak
tehlikeye uğrama
peril insured against
(Sigorta) sigortalı muhatara
peril point
kritik nokta
peril point
tehlike noktası

Çok fazla balık avı dolayısıyla, bazı balık stokları şimdi tehlikeli derecede düşük seviyelerde. - Due to overfishing, some fish stocks are now at perilously low levels.

tehlikeli bir şekilde
tehlikeli şekilde
at one's peril
kendisi sorumlu olarak
great risk, great peril
büyük risk, büyük tehlike
named peril
tehlike adlı
korkulu günler
korkulu perilouslytehlikeli bir şekilde
at one's peril
başına gelebileceklerden kendisi sorumlu olarak
at the peril of
at your peril
sorumluluğu size ait
at your peril
günahı boynuna
in peril

Bir ulusun hayatı tehlikede değilse, savaş cinayettir. - Unless a nation's existence is in peril, war is murder.

in peril of one's life
ölüm tehlikesi içinde
in peril of one's life
ölümle burun buruna
insured peril
(Sigorta) sigortalı tehlike
marine peril
(Ticaret) deniz tehlikesi
multi peril
(Sigorta) çok rizikolu
korkulacak surette
{s} çok tehlikeli
(sıfat) tehlikeli
(zarf) tehlikeli bir şekilde
the yellow peril
sarı ırkın egemenliği tehlikesi
Englisch - Englisch
Something that causes, contains, or presents danger

The perils of the jungle (animals and insects, weather, etc).

A situation of serious and immediate danger
To cause to be in danger; to imperil
{n} danger, hazard, jeopardy, risk
A potential cause of loss
The cause of possible loss, such as fire, windstorm, theft, explosion, or riot
Danger; risk; hazard; jeopardy; exposure of person or property to injury, loss, or destruction
Perils are great dangers. the perils of the sea We are in the gravest peril
The cause of a loss, e g fire, accident, burglary
The cause of a loss insured against in a policy
a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard"
The cause of loss or damage
A specific cause of loss Common examples include fire, flood, earthquake, vandalism, and theft
The cause of a possible loss; for example, fire, theft, or windstorm
The cause of a possible loss For example, fire, theft, or hail
The cause of a possible loss, such as fire, windstorm, theft, explosion or riot
{f} put at risk, endanger, jeopardize
Event causing damage to your property (for example: fire, tornado, theft, or vandalism)
a state of danger involving risk
To be in danger
The cause of a loss, insured against in a policy
a venture undertaken without regard to possible loss or injury; "he saw the rewards but not the risks of crime"; "there was a danger he would do the wrong thing"
A specific cause of loss (collision, theft, fire, etc )
put in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position
pose a threat to; present a danger to; "The pollution is endangering the crops"
Something that causes or holds danger
General The cause of possible loss   Contrast with Hazard and Risk
{i} danger, risk, hazard
A cause of damage or destruction
If you say that someone does something at their peril, you are warning them that they will probably suffer as a result of doing it. Anyone who breaks the law does so at their peril
The cause of a possible loss
the cause of a possible loss, such as fire, storm, theft or explosion
The cause of a possible accident, loss, or claim
The cause of loss
a cause of loss which might lead to loss, damage, or destruction of property Some perils include fire, windstorm, lightning and theft
To expose to danger; to hazard; to risk; as, to peril one's life
A specific risk covered by an insurance policy, such as fire, flood, hail, theft, windstorm, or hail A homeowner's policy is often called a multi-peril policy because it covers you against many specific risks
This term refers to the causes of possible loss in the property field - for instance: Fire, Windstorm, Collision, Hail, etc In the casualty field the term “Hazard” is more frequently used
The perils of a particular activity or course of action are the dangers or problems it may involve. the perils of starring in a television commercial
A cause of loss that is covered by a policy, such as fire, wind, or smoke Replacement Cost When your insurance company pays your property claim for the amount required to replace your property, rather than the depreciated value of the item This will be specified in the terms of your policy
The cause of a possible loss Contrast with Hazard and Risk (G)
The event that caused a loss covered by the policy, e g , fire windstorm
- Cause of a possible loss For example, fire, theft, or hail
yellow peril
East Asian nations or peoples, conceived as threatening
yellow peril
The alleged threat to Western nations by East Asians, especially Chinese or Japanese people, due to their vast population, non-Western cultures, or supposed antagonism to the West
{a} full of danger, hazardous, very smart
{a} with danger or hazard, wittily
at one's peril
at one's risk, at one's danger
in peril of one's life
in great danger
fraught with danger; "dangerous waters"; "a parlous journey on stormy seas"; "a perilous voyage across the Atlantic in a small boat"; "the precarious life of an undersea diver"; "dangerous surgery followed by a touch-and-go recovery"
{s} dangerous, risky
Something that is perilous is very dangerous. a perilous journey across the war-zone The road grew even steeper and more perilous. + perilously peri·lous·ly The track snaked perilously upwards. very dangerous
Dangerous, full of peril
Daring; reckless; dangerous
Full of, attended with, or involving, peril; dangerous; hazardous; as, a perilous undertaking
In a perilous manner
in a way that is dangerous and likely to result in something bad soon = dangerously
in a dangerous manner; "he came dangerously close to falling off the ledge
in a dangerous manner; "he came dangerously close to falling off the ledge"
dangerously, hazardously, in a risky manner
Exposure of a person or property to injury or loss
The hazards or risks insured against by an insurance policy
Potential causes of loss
Perils are things that cause losses, such as fire or windstorm    Read your Declaration Page and policy to see which perils are covered under the contract
plural of peril
Under a Fire or Consequential Loss policy, the inclusion of Additional Perils cover protects the insured person against damage caused by, among other things, explosions, riots and strikes, malicious damage, aircraft, impact by road vehicles, burst pipes or "acts of nature" such as storms, floods and earthquakes
yellow peril
Threatened expansion of Asian populations as magnified in the Western imagination
yellow peril
the threat to Western civilization said to arise from the power of Asiatic peoples