hazard

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tehlike

Aşırı yüklenmiş güç panoları bir yangın tehlikesi olabilir. - Overloaded power boards can be a fire hazard.

Bu ürünle birlikte optik aletlerin kullanımı göz tehlikesini artıracaktır. - The use of optical instruments with this product will increase eye hazard.

risk
riske etmek
(Kanun,Osmanlıca,Ticaret) muhatara
afet
tehlikeye atmak
{f} şansa bırak
{i} şans
{i} kumar
{f} riske sokmak
hazard a guess tahmin etmek
{f} söylemek
{f} tehlikeye maruz kalmak
{i} topu deliğe sokan vuruş
{f} -e cesaret etmek
eski bir çeşit zar oyunu
{f} riske girmek
kafadan
{f} tehlikeye atmak, şansa bırakmak
kaza
(Askeri) felaket
cesaret etmek
hazardous
tehlikeli

Şiddetli rüzgarlar yüksek profilli araçlar için seyahati tehlikeli yapıyorlar. - Gusty winds are making travel hazardous for high profile vehicles.

Bu plastik çöp torbası tehlikeli kimyasallar içermez. - This plastic garbage bag is free of hazardous chemicals.

risk
{i} risk
hazardous
{s} riskli
hazard a guess
kafadan atmak
hazard warning
flaşör
hazard beacon
tehlike farı
hazard bonus
iş riski tazminatı
hazard rate
bozulma oranı
hazard communication standard
(Teknoloji) Tehlike iletişim standardı
hazard flasher
tehlike flasher
hazard generated by radiation
tehlike radyasyon tarafından üretilen
hazard light
Hazard (warning) light: Öne of the orange lights at the front and back of a car which turn on and off repeatedly to warn other drivers of danger
hazard light
tehlike ışık
hazard ratio
risk oranı
hazard-free
tehlike-free
hazard a guess
tahmin etmek, kafadan atmak
hazard beacon
(Havacılık) tehlike bikini
hazard flasher system
(Otomotiv) dörtlü flaşör sistemi
hazard group
(Politika, Siyaset) risk grubu
hazard identification
tehlike teşhisi
hazard insurance
(Ticaret) tehlike sigortası
hazard insurance
(Ticaret) muhatara sigortası
hazard light
uyarı ışığı
hazard light
tehlike ışığı
hazard minimization
tehlike azaltma
hazard mitigation
tehlike azaltma
hazard probability
tehlike olasılığı
hazard probability categories
tehlike ihtimali kategorileri
hazard severity
tehlike şiddet derecesi
hazard signs
(Askeri) (ROAD TRANSPORT) TEHLİKE İŞARETİ (KARA YOLU TAŞIMACILIĞINDA): Trafik tehlikelerini belirtmek için kullanılan işaret. Askeri tehlike işaretleri yalnızca milli makamlarla mevcut olan anlaşmalar çerçevesinde haberleşme bölgesinde kullanılmalıdır
hazard surveillance
tehlike gözetimi
hazard switch
dörtlü flaşör anahtarı
hazard warning switches
(Otomotiv) tehlike ikaz anahtarları
risk
risk,v.tehlikeye sok: n.risk
falling hazard
düşme tehlikesi
flood hazard
sel tehlikesi
hazardous
kazalı
hazardous
(Osmanlıca) muhataralı
hazardous
dokuncalı
hazardous
maceralı
health hazard
(Askeri) sağlığa zararlı
moral hazard
ahlaki tehlike
natural hazard
(Çevre) doğal tehlike
pose hazard
tehlike oluşturmak
pose hazard
tehlike doğurmak
risk
riske etmek

Tom romantizme çevirmeye çalışarak Mary ile arkadaşlığını riske etmek istemedi. - Tom didn't want to risk his friendship with Mary by trying to turn it into a romance.

risk
olasılık
risk
(Ticaret) zarar olasılığı
risk
zarar tehlikesi
risk
(Kanun) muhatara
urgent public health hazard
(Tıp) acil halk sağlığı tehdidi
aerodrome hazard beacon
alan tehlike farı
fire hazard
yangın tehlikesi
game of hazard
kumar
game of hazard
şans oyunu
hazarding
{f} şansa bırak
hazarding
{i} şansa bırakma
hazardous
zararlı
occupational hazard
iş tehlikesi
risk
göze almak

Masum birini mahkum etmektense suçlu bir adamı kurtarmayı göze almak daha iyidir. - It is better to risk saving a guilty man than to condemn an innocent one.

Bir yanlış anlaşılmayı göze almak istemiyorum. - I didn't want to risk a misunderstanding.

hazarded
yürüttü
stabbing puncture hazard
ponksiyon tehlike bıçaklama
trip hazard
trip tehlike
water hazard
su tehlike
accidental hazard
rastlantısal tehlike
chemical hazard response information system
(Askeri) kimyasal tehlike tepki bilgi sistemi
earthquake hazard analysis
deprem tehlikesi analizi
electrical hazard
elektriksel tehlike
electrical hazard
(Elektrik, Elektronik) elektrik kazası
frost hazard
(Meteoroloji) don tehlikesi
game of hazard
tâlih oyunu
hazardous
riziko
hazardous
(Tıp) Tehlikeli zararlı
hazardous
şansa bağlı
hazardous
{s} şüpheli
hazardous
hazardousness tehlike
hazardous
{s} tehlikeli, rizikolu
hazards
hava değişiklikleri
hazards
değişiklikler
health hazard
(Askeri) SAĞLIĞA ZARARLI (HV.): Çevrede anormal fiziksel tepki, hastalık veya ölüme sebep olacak bir durum
nominal ocular hazard distance
(Askeri) nominal oküler tehlike mesafesi
occupational hazard
mesleki risk
operational hazard
işletme kazası
pollution hazard clause
(Sigorta) kirlenme tehlikesi klozu
preliminary hazard analysis
ön tehlike tahlili
radiation hazard
ışınımlanma olasılığı
risk
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) riziko giddens
risk
(Askeri) TEHLİKE: Bak. "degree of risk (nuclear) "
risk
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) beck
risk
{i} tehlike

Kendi canını tehlikeye atarak çocuğu kurtardı. - He saved the child at the risk of his own life.

Bu su tehlikesizce içilebilir. - This water can be drunk without risk.

risk
{i} riziko
risk
{f} tehlikeye atmak

Bunu yaptırmak için kendini tehlikeye atmak zorundasın. - In order to get it done, you'll have to take risks.

Onu başarmak için kendini tehlikeye atmak zorunda kalacaksın. - In order to achieve that, you'll have to take risks.

risk
(fiil) riske atmak, tehlikeye atmak, göze almak
secondary hazard
(Çevre) ikincil tehlike
skid hazard
kayganlık tehlikesi
special hazard
(Askeri) aşırı tehlike
İngilizce - İngilizce
To incur or venture
Chance

I see animated movies are now managing, by hazard or design, to reflect our contemporary reality more accurately than live-action movies.

To expose to chance; to take a risk

I'll hazard a guess.

The chance of suffering harm; danger, peril, risk of loss

Quite apart from the gruesome road hazards, snow is awful even when you don't have to travel.

An obstacle or other feature which causes risk or danger; originally in sports, and now applied more generally

The video game involves guiding a character on a skateboard past all kinds of hazards.

A type of game played with dice
risk
{f} endanger, imperil; endanger oneself; dare, venture
{v} to expose to chance, risk, adventure
{n} chance, accident, danger, a game
If you hazard someone or something, you put them into a situation which might be dangerous for them. He could not believe that, had the Englishman known how much he was at risk, he would have hazarded his grandson
put at risk; "I will stake my good reputation for this"
Condition that creates or increases the chance of loss
an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another; "bad luck caused his downfall"; "we ran into each other by pure chance"
General A specific situation that increases the probability of the occurrence of loss arising from a peril, or that may influence the extent of the loss   For example, accident, sickness, fire, flood, liability, burglary, and explosion are perils   Slippery floors, unsanitary conditions, shingled roofs, congested traffic, unguarded premises, and uninspected boilers are also hazards
A circumstance that increases the likelihood or probable severity of a loss For example, an unattended lit cigarette is a hazard that increases the likelihood of a fire
A circumstance that increases the likelihood or probable severity of a loss
an obstacle on a golf course
a state that may result in an undesired event, the cause of risk Hazard can apply to the probability of tree mortality or damage by an insect or disease and also represents material or fuel that will ignite and burn
Risk; danger; peril; as, he encountered the enemy at the hazard of his reputation and life
A potential source of harm
Anything that is hazarded or risked, as the stakes in gaming
"Hazard" is the general term for anything which has the ability to cause injury or for the potential to cause injury The hazard associated with a potentially toxic substance is a function of its toxicity and the potential for exposure to the substance The probability of exposure to the substance is a risk factor Compare risk
put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation; "I am guessing that the price of real estate will rise again"; "I cannot pretend to say that you are wrong"
an obstacle on a golf course a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard
a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard"
a source of risk that does not necessarily imply potential for occurrence A hazard produces risk only if an exposure pathway exists and if exposures create the possibility of adverse consequences
To venture to incur, or bring on
Circumstances that increase the probability or severity of a potential loss
To expose to the operation of chance; to put in danger of loss or injury; to venture; to risk
The uncertain result of throwing a die; hence, a fortuitous event; chance; accident; casualty
take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; "When you buy these stocks you are gambling"
To chance; to take a risk
Something that increases the possibility of a loss
1) A risk or probability that the event insured against might occur 2) Condition which engenders or increases the chances of a loss
To try the chance; to encounter risk or danger
A hazard is something which could be dangerous to you, your health or safety, or your plans or reputation. A new report suggests that chewing-gum may be a health hazard
Any real or potential condition that can cause injury, illness, or death to personnel; damage to or loss of equipment or property; or damage to the environment
Threatening event, or probability of occurrence of a potentially damaging phenomenon within a given time period and area
Any place into which the ball may not be safely played, such as bunkers, furze, water, sand, or other kind of bad ground
Any real or potential condition that can cause injury, illness, or death of personnel, or damage to or loss of equipment or property
A source of danger (i e , material, energy source, or operation) with the potential to cause illness, injury, or death to personnel or damage to a facility or the environment
- A specific situation that increases the probability of the occurrence of loss arising from a peril, or that may influence the extent of the loss For example, accident, sickness, fire, flood, liability, burglary, and explosion are perils Slippery floors, unsanitary conditions, shingled roofs, congested traffic, unguarded premises, and uninspected boilers are also hazards
peril
A specific situation that increases the probability of the occurrence of loss arising from a peril, or that may influence the extent of the loss For example, accident, sickness, fire, flood, liability, burglary, and explosion are perils Slippery floors, unsanitary conditions, shingled roofs, congested traffic, unguarded premises, and uninspected boilers are also hazards (G)
A threatening event in nature such as an earthquake Hazards are of two types, primary and secondary A primary hazard disrupts human settlements A secondary hazard occurs in the aftermath of a primary hazard and contributes to further suffering or loss
A hazard is anything that increases the likelihood or severity of a loss For instance, ice on a bridge is a hazard because it increases the chance your car will skid A pile of oily rags stored in a basement is a hazard because it increases the chance of a fire
a condition that creates or increases the chance of loss
If you hazard or if you hazard a guess, you make a suggestion about something which is only a guess and which you know might be wrong. I would hazard a guess that they'll do fairly well in the next election
A game of chance played with dice
{i} danger, risk; game of chance
1 Inherent capability of an agent or a situation to have an adverse effect A factor or exposure that may adversely affect health Loosely, in lay speech, a synonym for risk (Last definition) 2 The probability that a disaster will occur Hazards can be caused by a natural phenomenon (e g , earthquake, tropical cyclone), by failure of manmade energy sources (e g , nuclear reaction, industrial exposure), or by an uncontrolled human activity (e g , conflict, overgrazing) (Landesman definition) See also hazard mitigation
Holing a ball, whether the object ball (winning hazard) or the player's ball (losing hazard)
any bunker (usually a hollow of some kind with a prepared surface, generally sand or similar) or water hazard (sea, lake, pond, ditch, etc usually marked with either yellow or red stakes or lines) Example: There is usually some kind of penalty for being in a hazard, whether it's strokes that are added to your score or just a more difficult shot
1 Potential for radiation, a chemical or other pollutant to cause human illness or injury 2 In the pesticide program, the inherent toxicity of a compound Hazard identification of a given substances is an informed judgment based on verifiable toxicity data from animal models or human studies
hasard
hazard communication standard
(Teknoloji) An OSHA regulation that requires chemical manufacturers, suppliers, and importers to assess the hazards of the chemicals that they make, supply, or import, and to inform employers, customers, and workers of these hazards through MSDS information
hazard reduction burning
Controlled or prescribed burning, also known as hazard reduction burning or swailing is a technique sometimes used in forest management, farming, prairie restoration or greenhouse gas abatement. Fire is a natural part of both forest and grassland ecology and controlled fire can be a tool for foresters. Hazard reduction or controlled burning is conducted during the cooler months to reduce fuel buildup and decrease the likelihood of serious hotter fires. Controlled burning stimulates the germination of some desirable forest trees, thus renewing the forest. Some cones, such as sequoia and serotinous require heat from fire to open cones to disperse seeds
hazard insurance
Insurance to protect the homeowner and the lender against physical damage to a property from fire, wind, vandalism and other hazards Homeowner's insurance: An insurance policy that combines liability coverage and hazard insurance Homeowner's warranty: A type of insurance that covers repairs to specified parts of a house for a specific period of time
hazard insurance
Insurance purchased by the borrower, and required by the lender, to protect the property against loss from fire and other hazards Also known as "homeowner insurance", it is the second "I" in PITI
hazard insurance
A form of insurance that protects the insured property against physical damage such as fire and tornadoes Mortgage lenders often require a borrower to maintain an amount of hazard insurance on the property that is equal at least to the amount of the mortgage loan
hazard insurance
insurance that provides protection against certain risks such as storms or fires
hazard insurance
Insurance to protect the homeowner and the lender against physical damage to a property from fire, wind, vandalism and other hazards
hazard insurance
hazard insurance Insurance coverage that compensates for physical damage to a property from fire, wind, vandalism, or other hazards
hazard insurance
Insurance coverage that compensates for physical damage by fire, wind, or other natural disasters to the property
hazard insurance
A form of insurance that protects the insured property against physical damage such as fires, tornadoes, earthquakes, etc Mortgage lenders often require a borrower to maintain an amount of hazard insurance on the property that is equal to the amount of the mortgage loan
hazard insurance
Insurance on a property against fire and other risks A homeowner's policy may have additional coverage for theft, liability, etc that a fire insurance policy may not cover
hazard insurance
A form of insurance in which the insurance company protects the insured from certain losses, such as fire, vandalism, storms and certain other natural causes
hazard insurance
Insurance protecting against loss to real estate caused by fire, some natural causes, vandalism, etc , depending upon the terms of the policy
hazard insurance
Insurance to protect the home owner and the lender against physical damage to a property from fire, wind, vandalism, or other hazards
hazard insurance
Insurance to protect the home owner and the lender against physical damage to a property from fire, wind, vandalism or other hazards
hazard insurance
Insurance coverage that compensates for physical damage to a property from fire, wind, vandalism, or other hazards
hazard insurance
A form of insurance in which the insurance company protects the insured from losses, such as fire, windstorm, etc
hazard insurance
Protects against damages caused to property by fire, windstorms and other common hazards
hazard insurance
Insurance to protect the homeowner and the lender against physical damage by fire, wind, vandalism, or other hazards
hazard insurance
>> Insurance protecting real property against loss caused by fire, some natural causes, vandalism, etc , depending upon the terms of the policy
hazard insurance
Insurance to protect the owner and the lender against physical damage to a property from various insurable perils such as fire, wind, vandalism, or other hazards Such as a homeowner’s insurance policy
hazard insurance
Insurance coverage that in the event of physical damage to a property from fire, wind, vandalism, or other hazards
hazard insurance
Insurance to protect the homeowners and lender against physical damage to property from fire, wind vandalism and other hazards
hazard insurance
Insurance to protect the homeowner and the lender against physical damage to a property from fire, wind, vandalism, or other hazards
hazard insurance
A type of homeowner's insurance that protects against damages caused to property by fire, wind, or other common hazards
hazard insurance
Real estate insurance protecting against loss caused by fire, some natural causes, vandalism, etc , depending upon the terms of the policy
hazard insurance
A type of insurance designed to cover damage caused by a peril specified in the policy of insurance (i e fire, flood, etc )
hazard light
A light on a vehicle that blinks to indicate that the vehicle poses danger to others
hazard light
warning light, beacon that indicates danger
hazard lights
special lights on a vehicle that flash to warn other drivers of danger
chemical hazard
any hazard that results from the accidental, deliberate or potential release of a noxious substance into the environment
hazardous
of or involving chance
hazardous
exposing to loss or evil
hazardous
risky, dangerous, with the nature of a hazard
moral hazard
The prospect that a party insulated from risk may behave differently from the way it would behave if it were fully exposed to the risk
occupational hazard
A substantial risk to a worker's physical or mental well-being which is present in a certain task, job, or profession

They are the abrasive breed of radio and television personalities, most of them talk-show hosts, who treat their profession as a verbal adjunct to street fighting. . . . Threats and sometimes violence are indeed an occupational hazard.

occupational hazard
An unpleasant, inconvenient, or unusual circumstance which occurs or is likely to occur during the course of one's employment

Student crushes are an occupational hazard. Ask any teacher..

race hazard
A race condition
moral hazard
A risk to an insurance company resulting from uncertainty about the honesty of the insured
Hazardous
chanceful
Oliver Hazard Perry
born Aug. 20, 1785, South Kingston, R.I., U.S. died Aug. 23, 1819, at sea U.S. naval officer. The older brother of Matthew Perry, he entered the navy in 1799 and served in the West Indies and the Mediterranean. In 1813 he was ordered to Erie, Pa., to assemble a naval squadron to challenge British control of the Great Lakes in the War of 1812. With 10 small ships, he engaged six British warships in Lake Erie (Sept. 10, 1813). After his flagship was disabled, he was rowed to the Niagara, from which he won the battle by sailing directly into the British line, firing broadside. In reporting the British surrender he wrote, "We have met the enemy and they are ours
fire hazard
the potential fire behavior for a fuel type, regardless of the fuel type's weather-influenced fuel moisture content or its resistance to fireguard construction Assessment is based on physical fuel characteristics, such as fuel arrangement, fuel load, condition of herbaceous vegetation, and presence of elevated fuels
fire hazard
something that can cause an accidental fire
fire hazard
A general term to describe the potential fire behaviour, without regard to the state of weather-influenced fuel moisture content, and/or resistance to fireguard construction for a given fuel type The assessment is based on physical fuel characteristics (e g , fuel arrangement, fuel load, condition of herbaceous vegetation, presence of ladder fuels)
fire hazard
Areas or zones that are prone to fires
fire hazard
The amount, conditions, and structure of fuels that will burn if a fire enters an area
fire hazard
describes the fuel potentially available for burning and takes into consideration such factors as location, quantity, arrangement, and current or potential flammability of the fuel When considered in combination with fire weather variables, it determines the difficulty of suppression once the fuel is ignited and also signifies the potential threat to human life, property and other assets
fire hazard
Condition of fuel on the ground, particularly slash
fire hazard
-The overall potential for wildfire in a vegetated ecosystem, often expressed as a condition of fuels on the ground and the probability of ignition To reduce the fire hazard in an area, managers must deal primarily with the fine fuels on the surface of the forest floor and with the smaller diameter trees growing in the understory of a forest that provide a ladder to the larger, dominant overstory trees
hazarded
past of hazard
hazarding
present participle of hazard
hazardous
Exposed to hazard; dangerous; risky
hazardous
A hazardous material is defined according to Department of Labor and IndustriesOccupational Safety and Health Standards as a chemical or substance that “is either toxic or highly toxic, an irritant, corrosive, a strong oxidizer, a strong sensitizer, combustible, either flammable or extremely flammable, dangerously reactive, pyrophoric, pressure-generating, a compressed gas, a carcinogen, a teratogen, a mutagen, a reproductive toxic agent ”
hazardous
Hazardous means dangerous
hazardous
(1) marked by danger, perilous; (2) depending on chance, risky
hazardous
Describes chemicals that are dangerous, including flammables, explosives, irritants, sensitizers, acids, and caustics; may be relatively harmless in diluted concentrations
hazardous
involving risk or danger; "skydiving is a hazardous sport"; "extremely risky going out in the tide and fog"; "a venturesome journey in wintertime"; "a venturous enterprise"
hazardous
substances any substances which may impair human, plant, or animal health or may adversely affect the health or safety of any person or the environment, and whether or not contained in or forming part of any other substance or thing
hazardous
Something that is hazardous is dangerous, especially to people's health or safety. They have no way to dispose of the hazardous waste they produce = dangerous safe. dangerous, especially to people's health or safety hazardous to
hazardous
{s} dangerous, risky, perilous
hazardous
Any reagent or situation that exposes an individual or group to chemical or physical hazards
hazards
Obstacles that the dog has to learn to cross (a track), go through (heavy cover) or over (a ditch)
hazards
Hazards are unpreventable natural events that, by their nature, may expose our Nation's population to the risk of death or injury and may damage or destroy private property, societal infrastructure, and agricultural or other developed land
hazards
A hazard is any sand trap, bunker or water on the course that may cause difficulty There are other types of hazards such as hollows
hazards
plural of hazard
hazards
a source of danger
hazards
A "hazard" is any bunker or water hazard
hazards
third-person singular of hazard
health hazard
A chemical, a mixture of chemicals, or a pathogen for which there is statistically significant evidence, based on at least one study conducted according to established scientific principles, that acute or chronic health effects may occur in exposed employees
health hazard
A chemical for which there is statistically significant evidence based on at least one study conducted in accordance with established scientific principles that acute or chronic health effects may occur in exposed employees Chemicals covered by this definition include carcinogens, toxic or highly toxic agents, reproductive toxins, irritants, corrosives, sensitizers, hepatotoxins, nephrotoxins, neurotoxins, that which act on the hematopoietic system, and agents that damage the lungs, skin, eyes, or mucous membranes
health hazard
A chemical, mixture of chemicals or a pathogen for which there is statistically significant evidence, based on at least one study conducted in accordance with established scientific principles, that acute or chronic effects may occur in exposed personnel
health hazard
Chemical from which acute or chronic health effects may occur in exposed individuals
health hazard
An existing or likely condition, inherent to the operation or use of materiel, that can cause death, injury, acute or chronic illness, disability, or reduced job performance of personnel by exposure to acoustical energy, biological substances, chemical substances, oxygen deficiency, radiation energy, shock, temperature extremes, trauma, and vibration
health hazard
A chemical for which there is significant evidence, based on at least one study conducted in accordance with established scientific principles, that acute or chronic health effects may occur in exposed employees The term "health hazard" includes chemicals that are carcinogens, toxic or highly toxic agents, reproductive toxins, irritants, corrosives, sensitizers, hepatotoxins, nephrotoxins, neurotoxins, agents that act on the hematopoietic system and agents that damage the lungs, skin, eyes or mucous membranes
health hazard
danger to one's well-being, danger to one's health
health hazard
A chemical for which there is statistically significant evidence based on at least one scientific study that acute or chronic health effects may occur in exposed individuals Health hazards include chemicals that are carcinogens, mutagens, teratogens, corrosives, toxic and highly toxic agents, irritants, and sensitizers
health hazard
includes chemicals which are carcinogens, toxic or highly toxic agents, reproductive toxins, irritants, corrosives, sensitizers, hepatotoxins, nephrotoxins, neurotoxins, agents which act on the hematopoietic systems, and agents which damage the lungs, skin, eyes, or mucous membranes
health hazard
hazard to the health of those exposed to it
moral hazard
Danger of loss arising from the nature of the insured rather than from the physical nature of the risk This would encompass those instances where the chance of loss is increased by an insured's carelessness, incompetence, recklessness, indifference to loss or an insured's fraudulent nature
moral hazard
As "physical hazard" relates to susceptibility to fire or wind, the term "moral hazard" relates to susceptibility to loss through moral lapse of the owner (e g ,"Burn the house down and collect from the insurance company before losing it in a foreclosure to the finance company ")
moral hazard
moral hazard refers to the tendency of insurance to discourage policyholders from protecting themselves from risk
moral hazard
Characteristics of the insured or applicant that increase the probability or severity of loss
moral hazard
A situation in which the presence of insurance or some government policy weakens incentives for individuals, households or firms to behave prudently
moral hazard
*: A risk to an insurance company resulting from uncertainty about the honesty of the insured
moral hazard
Evidence of information market failure within the health insurance market The more complete an insurance coverage package the less individuals must bear the financial consequences of their consumption decisions thereby reducing the incentive to economize in consumption of health services
moral hazard
a tendency for losses to be greater or more frequent when covered by insurance (Evans, 1984)
moral hazard
Describes behavior when agents do not bear the full cost of their actions and are thus more likely to take such actions
moral hazard
Dishonesty or character defects in an individual that increase the chance of loss
moral hazard
A condition of morals or habits that increases the probability of loss from a peril An extreme example would be an individual who previously burned his own property to collect the insurance (G)
moral hazard
the loss to an insurance company resulting from possible lack of prudence or honesty on the part of policyholders
moral hazard
A concept referring to the notion that some countries may keep in place inefficient and carbon-intensive regulatory energy policies in order to increase opportunities for clean Development Mechanism investment
moral hazard
A moral characteristic of an insured that may increase the likelihood of a loss, e g integrity, honesty, experience
moral hazard
the principle that says that those who purchase insurance have a reduced incentive to avoid what they are insured against
moral hazard
The risk that a party to a transaction has not entered into a contract in good faith, has provided misleading information about its assets, liabilities, or credit capacity, or has an incentive to take unusual risks in a desperate attempt to earn a profit before the contract settles
moral hazard
The possibility that the signal or expectation of possible future government support may induce an undesirable change in behavior by management of an enterprise or bank, for example by engaging in more risky activities because some of the potential losses are seen as being effectively underwritten by the government
moral hazard
The danger that a proposed insured might deliberately attempt to conceal or misrepresent information Moral hazard is a risk factor that affects the underwriting decision
moral hazard
- A condition of morals or habits that increase the probability of a loss from a peril
moral hazard
A hazard resulting from the indifferent or dishonest attitude of an individual in relation to insured property
moral hazard
The effect of personal reputation, character, associates, personal living habits, financial responsibility, and environment upon an individual's general insurability
moral hazard
The possibility that a person may act dishonestly in an insurance transaction
moral hazard
a term based on the principle that if actors are allowed to escape the consequences of their risky actions, they are more likely to engage in reckless behavior in future The moral hazard argument is often used to argue against the forgiveness of legally contracted debt; it has also been used to criticize IMF rescue packages, which bail out reckless bankers and private investors
moral hazard
The risk that the existence of a contract will change the behavior of one or both parties to the contract, e g an insured firm will take fewer fire precautions
moral hazard
the temptation facing managers to engage in risky activities when they are protected from the consequences of failure, e g by guaranteed severance payments
natural hazard
(1) Natural phenomena that produce negative effects on life
natural hazard
A natural phenomenon that is potentially damaging
natural hazard
Those elements in the physical environment, harmful to people and caused by forces extraneous to them
natural hazard
an event in the physical environment, such as a hurricane or earthquake, that is destructive to human life and property
natural hazard
has the same meaning as it has in the Resource Management Act 1991
occupational hazard
any condition of a job that can result in illness or injury
occupational hazard
An occupational hazard is something unpleasant that you may suffer or experience as a result of doing your job or hobby. Catching colds is unfortunately an occupational hazard in this profession
occupational hazard
professional hazard, risk which exists naturally in one's field of employment
run the hazard
take the risk, endanger oneself
shock hazard
danger of being electrocuted
water hazard
hazard provided by ponds of water that the golfer must avoid
hazard