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risk
risk,v.tehlikeye sok: n.risk
{f} riske atmak

Bunu riske atmak ister misin? - Do you want to risk that?

Bunu riske atmak ister misin? - Do you want to risk it?

olasılık
(Askeri) rizk
(Kanun) muhatara
zarar tehlikesi
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.

(Ticaret) zarar olasılığı
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.

tehlike

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

Bazı fotoğraflar ölüm tehlikesi altında çekildi. - Some of the photos have been taken at the risk of life.

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.

Bunu gerçekten göze almak istiyor musun? - Do you really want to risk that?

{f} tehlikeye sok
riziko
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) beck
(Askeri) TEHLİKE: Bak. "degree of risk (nuclear) "
{i} sigorta edilen kimse/şey
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) riziko giddens
oynamak
sigorta edilen
risk almak

Tom risk almaktan hoşlanmaz. - Tom doesn't like taking risks.

Tom o tür bir risk almak istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want to take that kind of risk.

risk oluşturmak
riske

Kendi yaşamını riske atarak çocuğu kurtardı. - He saved the boy at the risk of his own life.

O, onu kurtarmak için hayatını riske attı. - She risked her life to save him.

risk averse
(Ticaret) riskten kaçınma
risk of fire
yangın tehlikesi
risk taking
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) riske girme
risk free
tehlikesiz
risk one's neck
kelleyi koltuğa almak
risk premium
risk primi
risk taker
tehlikeyi göze alan
risk alignment
Risk uyumu
risk capital
risk sermayesi
risk factor
risk faktörü
risk neutral
riske karşı yansız tutum
risk one´s neck
hayatını tehlikeye koymak
risk pooling
risk havuz
risk seeking
Riskli, riski olan
risk tolerance
risk toleransı
risk-averse
risk hoşlanmıyorsunuz
risk-free
Risksiz, risk almadan yapılan
risk-taking
risk alma
risk advice
modaya yönelik
risk area
riskli alan
risk assessment
risk değerlendirmesi
risk assets
(Ticaret) riskli aktif değerler
risk bearer
(Ticaret) risk alan
risk bearer
(Ticaret) riske katlanan
risk capital
(Ticaret) portföye yatırılan sermaye
risk free rate of interest
(Ticaret) risksiz faiz oranı
risk function
(Çevre) risk denklemi
risk function
(Çevre) risk fonksiyonu
risk function
çekince işlevi
risk function
risk işlevi
risk function
cekince islevi
risk index
(Ticaret) risk indeksi
risk level
(Tıp) risk düzeyi
risk mapping
risk haritalaması
risk neutral
(Ticaret) riske duyarsız
risk of loss
(Ticaret) zarar rizikosu
risk of war
(Askeri) savaş rizikosu
risk one's neck
hayatını tehlikeye atmak
risk seeking
(Ticaret) risk peşinde koşan kimse
risk theory
(Politika, Siyaset) risk kuramı
risk to life
(Askeri) yaşama riski
risk tracking
risk takip
risk ölçmek
measure risk
risk-benefit analysis
risk- yarar analizi
decommitment risk
(AB mevzuatı) Fon kaybı riski
non-risk-taking
Risk almayan
put at risk
tehlikeye atmak
absolute risk
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) mutlak risk
acceptable level of risk
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) onanır risk düzeyi
acceptable level of risk
(Bilgisayar) onanabilir risk düzeyi
acceptable risk
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kabul edilebilir risk
at the risk of
göze alarak
business risk
(Ticaret) iş riski
cancer risk
(Tıp) kanser riski
country risk
ülke riski
currency risk
(Ticaret) döviz riski
current risk
(Sigorta) cari riziko
detect risk
(Ticaret) deteksiyon riski
exchange risk
(Ticaret) döviz kuru riski
fire risk
yangın rizikosu
flood risk
sel riski
great risk
(Ticaret) büyük risk
inherent risk
doğal risk
inherent risk
içsel risk
low risk
düşük riskli
moderate risk
(Askeri) orta risk
perception of risk
(Politika, Siyaset) risk algılaması
portfolio risk
(Ticaret) portföy riski
pose a risk
risk teşkil etmek
pose a risk
risk yaratmak
pose risk
risk teşkil etmek
pose risk
risk arz etmek
pose risk
risk arzetmek
price risk
(Ticaret) fiyat riski
reduce the risk
risk azaltmak
relative risk
(Tıp) göreceli risk
revenue risk
(Ticaret) gelir riski
risk free
risksiz
risk taking
risk almak
risking
tehlikeye atma
riskless
risksiz
risks
(Politika, Siyaset) riskler

Büyük riskler almaktan korkmuyor. - She is not scared of taking big risks.

Tom gönüllü olduğunda riskleri biliyordu. - Tom knew the risks when he volunteered.

run the risk of
(deyim) göze almak
sole risk
tek risk
specific risk
özgün risk
stock risk
(Ticaret) hisse senedi riski
at one's own risk
sorumluluğu üzerinde
consumer's risk
tüketicinin riski
currency risk
kur riski
estimate of risk
hasar tespiti
exchange risk
kur riski
high risk
yüksek riskli
producer's risk
öndürücü riski
risking
{f} tehlikeye at
risking
{i} risk

O, hayatını riske atmayı umursamaz. - He doesn't mind risking his life.

Kariyerini riske atıyorsun. - You're risking your career.

riskless
tehlikesiz
run a risk
tehlikeye girmek
run a risk
riske girmek
credit risk
kredi riski
risk taking
risk alma
risking
tehlikeye sokarak
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(Formal use in business, engineering, etc.) The potential (conventionally negative) impact of an event, determined by combining the likelihood of the event occurring with the impact should it occur

If there is a 25% chance of running over schedule, costing you a $100 out of your own pocket, that might be a risk you are willing to take. But if you have a 5% chance of running overschedule, knowing that there is a $10,000 penalty, you might be less willing to take that risk.

To incur risk

England captain David Beckham has warned Wayne Rooney not to risk his long-term future by rushing his return from injury.

A possible, usually negative, outcome, e.g., a danger

There was also a degree of complacency that the weather in the country was not good enough to present a health risk.

The likelihood of a negative outcome

Taking regular exercise, coupled with a healthy diet, reduced the risk of several types of cancer.

{v} to hazard, expose to chance, endanger
{n} hazard, chance, danger
The likelihood that an investment will produce performance below an investor's expectations Generally, the greater an investment's risk, the greater the investment's return potential Also, the greater the chance that an investor might be disappointed with the short-term and/or long-term performance of the investment (See the Risk/Gain Potential chart for the five unitized investment funds offered by the General Board )
the probability of being exposed to an infectious agent the probability of becoming infected given that exposure to an infectious agent has occurred expose to a chance of loss or damage; "We risked losing a lot of money in this venture"; "Why risk your life?
To incur risk [to something]
The quantitative or qualitative expression of possible loss that considers both the probability that a hazard will cause harm and the consequences of that event
The chance or probability of loss, harm, failure, or danger
The chance of loss, the degree of probability of loss or the amount of possible loss to the insuring company For an individual, risk represents such probabilities as the likelihood of surgical complications, medications' side effects, exposure to infection, or the chance of suffering a medical problem because of a lifestyle or other choice For example, an individual increases his or her risk of getting cancer if he or she chooses to smoke cigarettes
If you say that something or someone is a risk, you mean they are likely to cause harm. It's being overfat that constitutes a health risk The restaurant has been refurbished -- it was found to be a fire risk
The probability that a particular threat will exploit a particular vulnerability of the system [8]
To incur risk [of something]
The possibility that an investment may fluctuate in value Factors that increase an investment's risk or volatility include credit quality, currency exchange rates, and inflation rates
The chance or possibility of loss, often employed as a utilization control mechanism within an HMO setting Risk is also defined in insurance terms as the possibility of loss associated with a given population
The probability of an undesirable outcome Risk is the opposite of opportunity (back to top)
is the combination of the likelihood and the consequence of a specified hazard being realized It is a measure of harm or loss associated with an activity
Uncertainty in a situation is characterized as risk if it is possible to describe all possible outcomes and to assign meaningful, objective, numerical, probability weights to each one For example, an action might lead to this risky outcome: a reward of $10 if a "fair" coin comes up heads, and a loss of $5 if it comes up tails Under the Bayesian school of thought the distinction between "risk" and uncertainty is not useful and in fact may not exist In any practical analysis all uncertain situations are as signed probability distributions, either explicitly or implicitly by the selection of the analysis method Whether or not the true probability distribution is known, a probability distribution is selected for analysis purposes based on experience, intuitive feelings, knowledge, and the lack of knowledge Typically since little can be proven, risk treats failure, i e , the possibility of loss, injury, disadvantages, or destruction
Hazard; danger; peril; exposure to loss, injury, or destruction
expose to a chance of loss or damage; "We risked losing a lot of money in this venture"; "Why risk your life?"
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"
To incur risk [by something]
A threat that exploits a vulnerability that may cause harm to one or more assets
The probability an undesirable outcome will occur, defined in terms of the probability of a particular adverse effect It has the dimensions of frequency or incidence (e g , 1 in 1,000,000) and is coupled to an exposure estimate The actual risk statement may take the form of the probability of an outcome associated with a unit exposure For example, there is a lifetime "risk" of 2 5 excess cancers in10,000 from an exposure to 1 part per million of a chemical (unspecified) in community air breathed 24 hours a day, every day for 70 years
The exposure to loss of investment as a result of changes in business conditions, domestic or foreign economies, investment markets, interest rates, relative currency rates, or inflation Any or all of these risks may affect the market price of a security In general, the higher the potential return on an investment, the higher the risk may be There is generally a correlation between the amount of risk one assumes and the amount of reward one may gain as compensation for taking the added risk
To be at risk means to be in a situation where something unpleasant might happen. Up to 25,000 jobs are still at risk
The likelihood of suffering a harmful effect or effects resulting from exposure to a risk factor (usually some chemical or physical or biological agent) Risk is usually expressed as the probability of occurrence of an adverse effect, i e expected ration between the number of individuals that would experience an adverse effect in a given time and the total number of individuals exposed to the risk factor The term absolute risk is sometimes expressed per unit dose (or exposure) or for a given dose (exposure)
the probability of becoming infected given that exposure to an infectious agent has occurred
If you tell someone that they are doing something at their own risk, you are warning them that, if they are harmed, it will be their own responsibility. Those who wish to come here will do so at their own risk
a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard"
If you risk your life or something else important, you behave in a way that might result in it being lost or harmed. She risked her own life to help a disabled woman
The potential of losing one's money or the uncertainty of future returns
The probability of injury, disease, or death from exposure to a chemical agent or a mixture of chemicals In quantitative terms, risk is expressed in values ranging from zero (representing the certainty that harm will not occur) to one (representing the certainty that harm will occur) The following are examples of how risk is expressed within IRIS: E-4 or 10-4 = a risk of 1/10,000; E-5 or 10-5 = 1/100,000; E-6 or 10-6 = 1/1,000,000 Similarly, 1 3 E-3 or 1 3 x 10-3 = a risk of 1 3/1,000=1/770; 8 E-3 or 8 x 10-3 = a risk of 1/125 and 1 2 E-5 or 1 2 x 10-5 = a risk of 1/83,000
Risk is associated with a resource/task pairing to indicate the planner's confidence in the estimated effort Risk can be one of none, low, or high Some factors that may be taken into account for risk are the experience of the person and the reliability of equipment
If you run the risk of doing or experiencing something undesirable, you do something knowing that the undesirable thing might happen as a result. The officers had run the risk of being dismissed
to risk your neck: see neck. In economics and finance, an allowance for the hazard (risk) in an investment or loan. Default risk refers to the chance that a borrower will not repay a loan. If a banker believes that a borrower may not repay a loan, the banker will charge the true interest plus a premium for the default risk, the premium depending on the degree of presumed risk. All stock investment carries an implicit risk since there is no guarantee of return on investment. Trading or variability risk is the amount that the return may vary, up or down, from the expected return on investment
Hazard of loss; liabillity to loss in property
take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; "When you buy these stocks you are gambling"
To incur the risk or danger of; as, to risk a battle
For an individual, the danger of losing or not making money on an investment For a mutual find, risk is generally equated with volatility A potential threat to the ability to make money in an investment There are different kinds, including: Correlation risk Country risk Credit risk Currency risk Hedging risk Information risk Interest rate risk Leverage risk Management risk Market risk Opportunity risk Political risk Risk Averse Being unwilling or unable to accept risk when investing; wanting to put money into only "safe" vehicles in spite of their lower return potential
To expose to risk, hazard, or peril; to venture; as, to risk goods on board of a ship; to risk one's person in battle; to risk one's fame by a publication
{i} danger, peril, hazard; possibility of injury, possibility of harm
If you do something at the risk of something unpleasant happening, you do it even though you know that the unpleasant thing might happen as a result. At the risk of being repetitive, I will say again that statistics are only a guide
If there is a risk of something unpleasant, there is a possibility that it will happen. There is a small risk of brain damage from the procedure In all the confusion, there's a serious risk that the main issues will be forgotten
Risk is the financial uncertainty that the actual return on an investment will be different from the expected return Factors of risk that can affect an investment include inflation or deflation, currency exchange rates, liquidity, default by borrower and interest rate fluctuation See "Risky Business?" BACK TO TOP
The potential for realization of unwanted, adverse consequences to human life, health, property, or the environment; estimation of risk is usually based on the expected value of the conditional probability of the event occurring times the consequence of the event given that it has occurred Thomas Cool provides an alternative definition of risk in the context of uncertainty
– The probability of harm or injury (physical, psychological, social, or economic) occurring as a result of participation in a research study Both the probability and magnitude of possible harm may vary from minimal to significant Federal regulations define only "minimal risk " (See also: Minimal Risk )
If you risk something unpleasant, you do something which might result in that thing happening or affecting you. Those who fail to register risk severe penalties
The chance or possibility of loss For example, physicians may be held at risk if hospitalization rates exceed agreed upon thresholds The sharing of risk is often employed as a utilization control mechanism within the HMO setting Risk is also defined in insurance terms as the possibility of loss associated with a given population
– The chance of possibility of loss Physicians may be held at risk if hospitalization rates exceed agreed-upon thresholds The sharing of risk is often employed as a utilization control mechanism within the HMO setting Risk is also defined in insurance as the possibility of loss associated with a given population
The potential (conventionally negative) impact of an event, determined by combining the likelihood of the event occurring with the impact should it occur
The probability or likelihood of an adverse effect or event (e g , injury, disease, or death) resulting from the actual use of a substance in the quantity and manner proposed It is the product of : (1) the probability that an adverse effect or event will occur under specific circumstances of exposure and : (2) the probability that those specific circumstances of exposure will be realized In quantitative terms, risk is expressed in values ranging from zero (representing the certainty that harm will not occur) to one (representing the certainty that harm will occur)
If you risk doing something, you do it, even though you know that it might have undesirable consequences. The captain was not willing to risk taking his ship through the straits in such bad weather
If something that you do is a risk, it might have unpleasant or undesirable results. You're taking a big risk showing this to Kravis
the probability of being exposed to an infectious agent
Risk is the exposure to the chance of loss
If you are considered a good risk, a bank or shop thinks that it is safe to lend you money or let you have goods without paying for them at the time. Before providing the cash, they will have to decide whether you are a good or bad risk
{f} endanger, put in peril, jeopardize
hazard
risk appetite
Amount and type of risk that an organization is prepared to pursue, retain or take. ''(ISO31000)
risk appetite
The amount of risk, on a broad level, an entity is willing to accept in pursuit of value. (COSO)
risk appetite
The degree of uncertainty that an investor is willing to accept in respect of negative changes to its business or assets. (Generic)
risk assessment
The overall process of identifying all the risks to and from an activity and assessing the potential impact of each risk
risk assessment
The determination of the potential impact of an individual risk by measuring or otherwise assessing both the likelihood that it will occur and the impact if it should occur, and then combining the result according to an agreed rule to give a single measure of potential impact
risk capital
Money explicitly available for investment into a high-risk business or security
risk equalisation
a process that attempts to overcome differences in insurers’ costs due to differing levels of health among members of competing insurance companies
risk management
The process of determining the maximum acceptable level of overall risk to and from a proposed activity, then using risk assessment techniques to determine the initial level of risk and, if this is excessive, developing a strategy to ameliorate appropriate individual risks until the overall level of risk is reduced to an acceptable level

Where release is recommended, a risk management plan outlining how the offender will be managed in the community and detailing recommended licence conditions, is also submitted.

risk tolerance
Risk tolerance is a more specific measure of the degree of uncertainty that an investor is willing to accept in respect of negative changes to its business or assets, as opposed to risk appetite being a broad-based level. (Generic)
risk tolerance
The acceptable level of variation relative to the achievement of objectives. In setting specific risk tolerances, management considers the relative importance of related objectives and aligns risk tolerances with its risk appetite. (COSO)
risk universe
All risks that could affect an entity
risk universes
plural form of risk universe
risk visualization
The systematic use of graphics (such as interactive charts, visual metaphors and mapping techniques) to augment the quality of risk communication along the entire risk management cycle
risk averse
(Pazarlama) Wanting to avoid risk unless adequately compensated for it
risk aversion
Risk aversion is a concept in economics, finance, and psychology related to the behaviour of consumers and investors under uncertainty. Risk aversion is the reluctance of a person to accept a bargain with an uncertain payoff rather than another bargain with a more certain, but possibly lower, expected payoff
risk reversal
Risk reversal refers to the manner in which similar out-of-the-money call and put options, usually foreign exchange options, are quoted by Finance dealers. Instead of quoting these options' prices, dealers quote their volatility. The greater the demand for an options contract, the greater its volatility and its price. A positive risk reversal means the volatility of calls is greater than the volatility of similar puts, which implies a skewed distribution of expected spot returns composed of a relatively large number of small down moves and a relatively small number of large up-moves
risk seeking
Attracted to risk
risk-free rate interest
(Finans) The risk-free interest rate is the interest rate that it is assumed can be obtained by investing in financial instruments with no default risk. However, the financial instrument can carry other types of risk, e.g. market risk (the risk of changes in market interest rates), liquidity risk (the risk of being unable to sell the instrument for cash at short notice without significant costs) etc
risk addition
additional cost due to the special dangers involved in an activity
risk analysis
use of various techniques to create a function of probability that will help in making decisions
risk analysis
(Ticaret) The identification of possible risks, assessment of their likelihood and impact, and creation of methods to avoid or reduce them
risk arbitrage
Traditionally, the simultaneous purchase of stock in a company being acquired and sale of stock of the acquirer Modern "risk arbitrage" focuses on capturing the spreads between the market value of an announced takeover target and the eventual price at which the acquirer will buy the target's shares
risk arbitrage
The purchase of shares in a takeover target with expectation that the price will go higher as the raider attempts to gather more shares
risk arbitrage
Traditionally, the simultaneous purchase of stock in a company being acquired and the sale of stock of the acquirer Modern risk arbitrage focuses on capturing the spreads between the market value of an announced takeover target and the eventual price at which the acquirer will buy the target's shares
risk arbitrage
A form of arbitrage that has some risk associated with it Commonly refers to potential takeover situations where the arbitrageur buys the stock of the company about to be taken over and sells the stock of the company that is effecting the takeover See also Dividend Arbitrage
risk arbitrage
arbitrage involving risk; as in the simultaneous purchase of stock in a target company and sale of stock in its potential acquirer; if the takeover fails the arbitrageur may lose a great deal of money
risk arbitrage
The simultaneous purchase and sale of assets that are potentially but not necessarily equivalent.risk arbitrageur n
risk assessment
The scientific process of evaluating the toxic properties of a chemical and the conditions of human exposure to it, in order to both ascertain the likelihood that exposed humans will be adversely affected, and to characterize the nature of the effects they may experience It may contain some or all of the following four steps: : a Hazard Identification--The determination of whether a particular chemical is or is not causally linked to particular health effect(s) : b Dose-Response Assessment--The determination of the relation between the magnitude of exposure and the probability of occurrence of the health effects in question : c Exposure Assessment--The determination of the extent of human exposure d Risk Characterization--The description of the nature and often the magnitude of human risk, including attendant uncertainty
risk assessment
the process of calculating the toxic effects of an exposure to a chemical substance and determining the potential uses of the substance
risk assessment
A study of vulnerabilities, threats, likelihood, loss or impact, and theoretical effectiveness of security measures The process of evaluating threats and vulnerabilities, known and postulated, to determine expected loss and establish the degree of acceptability to system operations
risk assessment
The qualitative and quantitative evaluation performed in an effort to define the risk posed to human health and/or the environment by the presence or potential presence and/or use of specified pollutants
risk assessment
A systematic process that determines the likelihood of adverse health effects to a population after exposure to a hazard Health consequences may depend on the type of hazard and damage to infrastructure, loss of economic value, loss of function, loss of natural resources, loss of ecological systems, and environmental impacts and deterioration of health, mortality, and morbidity The major components of a risk assessment include a hazard identification/analysis and a vulnerability analysis that answer the following questions: What are the hazards that could affect a community? What can happen as a result of those hazards? How likely is each of the possible outcomes? When the possible outcomes occur, what are the likely consequences and losses? Risk assessment is a fundamental planning tool for disaster management, especially during prevention and mitigation activities See also hazard identification/analysis; vulnerability analysis
risk assessment
The computation of risk Risk is a threat that exploits some vulnerability that could cause harm to an asset The risk algorithm computes the risk as a function of the assets, threats, and vulnerabilities One instance of a risk within a system is represented by the formula (Asset * Threat * Vulnerability) Total risk for a network equates to the sum of all the risk instances
risk assessment
methods used to quantify risks to human health and the environment
risk assessment
The process of establishing information regarding acceptable levels of a risk and/or levels of risk for an individual, group, society, or the environment
risk assessment
the estimation of the likelihood of loss or damage and the magnitude of the consequence should the loss or damage occur In forestry, risk assessment includes the process of identifying the degree of risk that timber harvesting and road building imposes on adjacent and downslope social, economic, and forest resource values The severity of each potential hazard and the magnitude of the potential consequences that correspond to each hazard provide the overall risk associated with harvesting a site
risk assessment
Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the risk posed to human health and/or the environment by the actual or potential presence and/or use of specific pollutants
risk assessment
The qualitative and quantitative evaluation performed in an effort to define the risk posed to human health and /or the environment by the presence or potential presence and/or use of specific pollutants
risk assessment
1) Qualitative and quantitative evaluation of the risk posed to human health and/or the environment by the actual or potential presence and/or use of specific pollutants 2) The process used to determine the threats posed by hazardous substances Elements include: identification of the hazardous substances present in the environmental media; assessment of exposure and exposure pathways; assessment of the toxicity of the site's hazardous substances; characterization of human health risks; and characterization of the impacts and/or risks to the environment
risk assessment
The standardized process of using interviews, observations, and other information to develop an accurate, reliable understanding of whether or not a victim is safe and unlikely to be harmed by the alleged offender in the near future Risk assessment does not definitively predict human behavior but weighs the probability that the victim will be harmed again
risk assessment
Process of gathering data and making assessments to estimate short and long-term harmful affects on human health or the environment from exposure to hazards associated with a particular product or activity
risk assessment
an evaluation to determine the risk posed to human health and the environment as a result of exposure to contaminants
risk assessment
A study to determine risks posed by the site if no cleanup action was taken and what cleanup levels need to be established to be protective of human health and the environment There are two types of risk assessments Human health risk assessment looks at the risks to humans from contamination at the site and an ecological risk assessment looks at the risks to ecosystems, such as plants, fish, and animals, from contamination at the site
risk assessment
A study or evaluation that identifies and in many cases quantifies the potential harm posed to health and the environment by contamination on a property
risk assessment
An evaluation of a risk item which determines (1) what can go wrong, (2) how likely is it to occur, and (3) what are the consequences Assessment methods include: Risk Assessment, Probabilistic (PRA) - The process of determining the probability of occurrence of various risk scenarios \ Risk Assessment, Qualitative - A process which assigns qualitative risk measures like "high, medium, and low" to both the probability and the adverse consequences of items on a Significant Risk List These measures are often displayed in matrix format and could be relative to past projects or could be probability ranges These subjective assessments cannot be used for aggregating risks, and cannot be used for making quantitative tradeoffs Risk Assessment (Risk Analysis), Quantitative - The process of assigning proportional quantities to both the likelihood and the adverse consequences of risk items
risk assessment
Produced from the combination of Threat and Vulnerability Assessments Characterized by analyzing the probability of destruction or incapacitation resulting from a threat's exploitation of a critical infrastructure's vulnerabilities
risk assessment
Risk assessment is the identification and quantification of the risk resulting from a specific use or occurrence of a chemical, taking into account the possible harmful effects on individual people or society of using the chemical in the amount and manner proposed and all the possible routes of exposure Quantification ideally requires the establishment of dose-effect and dose-response relationships in likely target individuals and populations Compare "risk evaluation" below
risk assessment
The scientific evaluation of known or potential adverse health effects resulting from human exposure to foodborne hazards The process consists of the following steps: (1) hazard identification, (2) hazard characterization, (3)exposure assessment, and (4) risk characterization The definition includes quantitative risk assessment, which emphasizes reliance on numerical expressions of risk, and also qualitative expressions of risk, as well as an indication of the attendant uncertainties
risk assessment
The outcome of risk identification and risk estimation (identification and quantification of the risk resulting from a specific use or occurrence of a chemical compound including the establishment of dose-response relationships and target populations) When quantitative data on dose-response relationships for different types of population, including sensitive groups, are unavailable, such considerations may have to be expressed in more qualitative terms
risk averse
A risk-averse investor is one who, when faced with two investments with the same expected return but different risks, prefers the one with the lower risk
risk averse
Investors that prefer relatively low risk investments where the return is more predictable
risk averse
A preference for a less risky income, holding fixed its expected value; a characteristic of a person who prefers less risk to more risk (p 452, 836)
risk averse
A term describing an investor who prefers x to taking a risky bet with an expected value equal to x
risk averse
A characteristic of a person who would pay extra to guarantee the expected outcome
risk averse
Descriptive term used for an investor unable or unwilling to accept the probability of losing capital
risk averse
Risk Averse describes an investor who has a low level of tolerance to possible loss of Principal through investing This investor is willing to accept lower levels of expected return in order to avoid possible investment losses
risk averse
Said of an investor who, given the same return and different risk alternatives, will choose the security with the least amount of risk
risk aversion
Occurs when someone is willing to pay to reduce or avoid uncertainty even though, on average, they would be better off financially by living with the uncertainty
risk aversion
This concept refers to the fact that individuals are willing to pay money (or not to receive a high return) to avoid playing a risky game, even when the expected value of the game is in their favor
risk aversion
The dislike of risk For risk averse investors, the pain from losing $1 is greater than the pleasure of winning $1 Thus, such investors have to be compensated with additional return to induce them to hold risky assets
risk aversion
The general tendency to be afraid of taking risks even when they also carry substantial potential gain
risk aversion
the avoidance of bearing risk
risk aversion
A measure of an investor's attitude towards risk A high risk aversion translates into a low tolerance or comfort with risk
risk aversion
An individual who is risk averse must be compensated for taking risks in the form of a premium over and above the return to a completely certain investment or outcome See Certainty Equivalents
risk aversion
The unwillingness of investors to take risk Since most investors are risk-adverse, they must be compensated to take additional risk
risk capital
wealth available for investment in new or speculative enterprises
risk charge
fee paid for taking a risk in providing a customer with credit
risk evaluation
estimation of the dangers hidden in a particular activity
risk factor
{i} something that helps or increases risk to disease or infection (Medicine)
risk factors
{i} (Medicine) factors that have been proven to raise a person's probabilities of developing a disease or infection
risk free rate
interest rate for a property that has certain profit
risk insurance
insurance that only covers accidental death
risk management
process of reducing danger and risk by choosing the safest option
risk management
Risk management is the skill or job of deciding what the risks are in a particular situation and taking action to prevent or reduce them
risk of loss
Any loss, damage or destruction occurring during the period from inspection to prior to it's removal will be adjusted by the Contracting Officer providing the damage was not caused directly or indirectly by the Purchaser, its agents or employees It also limits the Government's responsibility regarding sale by lot, and provides for adjustments under this article
risk of loss
Responsibility for damages caused to improvements The risk of loss passes to the vendee when either title or possession passes, and he should protect himself by securing proper insurance
risk one's life
put one's own life in danger
risk pool
A pool of money that is to be used for defined expenses Commonly, if the money that is put at risk is not expended by the end of the year, some or all of it is returned to those managing the risk
risk pool
A portion of provider fees or capitation payments withheld as financial reserves to cover unanticipated utilization of services For example, if services provided exceeded the per member per month payment due to unexpected catastrophic claims, the dental health plan would still be able to pay providers from the risk pool
risk pool
– A pool of money that is to be used for defined expenses Commonly, if the money that is put at risk is not expended by the end of the year, some or all of it is returned to those managing the risk
risk pool
Funds are set aside to cover over-utilization or to encourage limits on utilization or to encourage limits on utilization More commonly seen in primary care than with specialists
risk pool
A pool of money that is at risk for being used for defined expenses Commonly, if the pool of money that is put at risk is not used by the end of the year, some, or all of it, is returned to those managing the risk
risk pool
A distinct population group, such as employees of a company, insured against costs of their potential use of health care resources Premium projections are based on variables such as the age of the covered population, health status, sex, occupation, group size, and location Structure can provide positive incentives to the participants, such as sharing savings when expenses are below projections; sharing losses when actual expenses exceed budgeted expenses, or a combination of these May also describe a financial arrangement among providers and payers to safeguard against unexpectedly high expenses or utilization
risk pool
Funds are set aside to cover over-utilization or to encourage limits on utilization More commonly seen for primary care rather than specialty care
risk pool
A defined patient population and geographic location to which revenue and expenses are determined A risk pool seeks to define expected claim liabilities of a given defined account as well as required funding to support the claim liability
risk premium
payment for willingness to make a loan or for taking a financial risk when there is fear that a loan will not be repaid or that the danger will be realized
risk rating
rating the risks that are taken on in different locations
risk ratio
A comparison of the risk of some health-related event such as disease or death in two groups
risk ratio
is the probability of the disease in the risk group divided by the probability of the disease in the non-risk group
risk ratio
is the ratio of risk in the treated group (EER) to the risk in the control group (CER): RR = EER/CER RR is used in randomized trials and cohort studies
risk ratio
is the ratio of risk in the treated group (EER) to the risk in the control group (CER): RR = EER/CER RR is used in randomised trials and cohort studies
risk ratio
The comparison of the measured or estimated air concentration of a specific chemical to its health benchmark to determine either the magnitude of the risk of developing cancer or of some noncancer health effect If the risk ratio for a chemical is less than one, the air concentration does not pose a health risk If it greater than one, it may be of concern The risk ratio shows just how much higher the air concentration is than the health benchmark
risk taker
someone who risks loss or injury in the hope of gain or excitement
risk taking
exposing oneself to possible danger or loss
risk-averse
Describes an investor who, when faced with two investments with the same expected return but different risks, prefers the one with the lower risk
risk-averse
{s} (Economics, Finance) conservative from a financial viewpoint, preferring lower risk
risk-averse
Refers to the assumption that rational investors will choose the security with the least risk if they can maintain the same return As the level of risk goes up, so must the expected return on the investment
risk-free
thought to be devoid of risk
risk-taking
Risk-taking means taking actions which might have unpleasant or undesirable results. a more entrepreneurial climate, with positive encouragement of risk-taking and innovation. when people do things that involve risks in order to achieve something
Value at Risk
A widely used measure of the risk of loss on a specific portfolio of financial assets. For a given portfolio, probability and time horizon, VaR is a threshold value such that the probability that the mark-to-market loss on the portfolio over the given time horizon exceeds this value (assuming normal markets and no trading) is the given probability level
credit risk
The risk of loss due to a debtor's non-payment of a loan or other line of credit
external risk
Risks that are produced by a non-human source and are beyond human control. They are unexpected but happen regularly enough in a general population to be broadly predictable. Good examples of external risks are natural disasters such as earthquakes and volcanoes
external risk
Risks that are external to the project and the project manager can not control. Good examples of external risks are changes in government legislation, changes in strategy from senior managers, and the economy
flight risk
A factor considered by courts in deciding whether to grant bond to defendants, and if so, how much bond should be required
funding liquidity risk
The risk of not having access to sufficient funds to make a payment on time
high-risk
Having a great risk

I don't consider myself high-risk anymore except that I did have cancer, so, one of the things we don't hear talked about a lot is how do you judge your high-riskness. If you have had cancer, where do you fit in? How do you make those decisions...?.

market risk
The risk that the value of an investment will decrease due to moves in market factors
market risk
Systematic risk
political risk
Any financial or other risk that stems from the possibility of a nation changing its policies
residual risk
The risk left over after safeguards (mitigation strategies) have been implemented
seismic risk
An assessment of the probability that the social or economic consequences of an earthquake would exceed a specific value at a specific place and time; used in the planning of buildings etc
systematic risk
The risk associated with an asset that is correlated with the risk of asset markets generally, often measured as its beta
take a risk
To do something risky
unsystematic risk
Risk peculiar to an asset, which can be eliminated through diversification
risked
past of risk
risking
present participle of risk
risking
{i} endangerment, act of putting in danger, act of jeopardizing
riskless
Free of risk; safe
riskless
thought to be devoid of risk
risks
A term used to denote the physical units of property at risk or the object of insurance protection and not Perils or Hazard Reinsurance by tradition permits each insurance company to frame its own rules for defining units of Risks The word is also defined as chance of loss or uncertainty of loss
risks
plural of risk
risks
Chances of loss that result from an investment
risks
where the number and type of possible future events exceeds the number of events that will actually occur, and some measure of probability can be attached to them
risks
third-person singular of risk
risks
Factors outside the control of the parties responsible for managing and implementing a programme or project that may adversely affect implementation Risk analysis enables consideration of strategies to manage identified risks Some external factors may be beyond the control of programme managers and implementers, but other factors can be addressed with slight adjustment in the programme approach or strategy Secondary sources: Sources such as periodic progress reports, annual reports, memos, sectoral studies and baseline data They serve as background and foundation material and resources for an evaluation
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
risk
hazard
chance

Take your chance, and do it. - Riskini al ve onu yap.

Tom doesn't want to take any chances. - Tom herhangi bir riske girmek istemiyor.

peril
danger

They risked their lives on the dangerous trip. - Tehlikeli yolculukta hayatlarını riske attılar.

This is risky and dangerous. - Bu riskli ve tehlikeli.

(Politika, Siyaset) exposure
dangerousness
adventure

It may prove to be a risky adventure. - Riskli bir macera olduğunu kanıtlayabilir.

jeopardy

Your life is in jeopardy. - Yaşamın risk altında.

venture

The directors were reluctant to undertake so risky a venture. - Yönetim kurulu üyeleri çok riskli bir girişimi üstlenmeye isteksiz.

fear
risk riziko
{i} risking

You're risking your career. - Kariyerini riske atıyorsun.

He doesn't mind risking his life. - O, hayatını riske atmayı umursamaz.

on risk
on the risk
run the risk

Tommy did not want to run the risk of losing his job. - Tommy, işini kaybetme riskini göze almadı.

Divers who surface too quickly run the risk of contracting the bends. - Yüzeye çok hızlı çıkan dalgıçların vurgun yeme riski vardır.

risk algılaması
(Politika, Siyaset) risk perception
risk alma
risk-taking
risk alma
(Ticaret) risk lover
risk almak
take a risk
risk almak
take chance

Sometimes you have to take chances. - Bazen risk almak zorundasın.

risk almak
(Kanun) venture
risk almak
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) risk-taking
risk almak
risk taking
risk almak
risk

You have to risk big in order to win big. - Fazla kazanmak için fazla risk almak zorundasın.

In order to do that, you have to take risks. - Onu yapmak için, risk almak zorundasın.

risk altında
(Dilbilim) in danger
risk altında olmak
to be on the line
risk azaltma
risk reduction
risk azaltımı
risk reduction
risk belirleme
(Sigorta) risk identification
risk faktörleri
risk factors
risk geçiştirme
(Sigorta) workaround
risk haritası
(Askeri) risk map
risk iletişimi
risk communication
risk iştahı
(Ticaret) risk appetite
risk kategorisi
(Ticaret) risk category
risk olayı
(Sigorta) risk event
risk oluşturmak
risk
risk oranı
risk ratio
risk paylaşımı
(Sigorta) risk sharing
risk sermayedarı
(Ticaret) venturer
risk sermayedarı
(Ticaret) venture capitalist
risk tespiti
risk assessment
risk toplumu
risk society
risk transferi
(Ticaret) risk transfer
risk tutarı
(Ticaret) risk exposure
risk uyarısı
risk warning
risk ölçümü
(Ticaret) risk quantification
Risk Bildirimi
(Finans) Risk Statement
risk alma
risk taking
risk sermayesi
(Finans) Venture capital
risk alan
(Ticaret) risk bearer
risk almak
take a flier
risk almamak
take no chances
risk altında olma
imperilment
risk arbitrajı
(Ticaret) risk arbitrage
risk bilinci
risk awareness
risk dağıtma
(Ticaret) risk spreading
risk dağıtımı
(Ticaret) risk dispersion
risk dağıtımı
(Ticaret) risk diversification
risk denetimi
(Politika, Siyaset) risk monitoring
risk denetimi
(Hukuk) risk audit
risk denklemi
(Çevre) risk function
risk devri
(Ticaret) transfer of risk
risk değerlemesi
(Ticaret) risk appraisal
risk değerlendirmesi
risk assesment
risk değişmesi
(Ticaret) variation of risk
risk duyarlı
risk sensitive
risk düzeyi
(Tıp) risk level
risk dışı
out of jeopardy
risk dışı
extrahazardous
risk faktörü
an element of risk
risk farklılığı
(Ticaret) risk differential
risk fonksiyonu
(Çevre) risk function
risk grubu
(Politika, Siyaset) hazard group
risk göstergeleri
(Ticaret) risk indicators
risk haritalaması
risk mapping
risk hesaplama
risk measurement
risk indeksi
(Ticaret) risk index
risk işlevi
risk function
risk kazanç oranı
(Ticaret) risk reward ratio
risk kuramı
(Hukuk) risk theory
risk limiti
(Ticaret) risk explosure
risk sermayesi
(Hukuk) risk capital, venture capital
risk tahmini
risk estimation
risk takip
risk-monitoring
risk takip
risk tracking
risk taşımak
have risk
risk taşımak
be risky
risk toleransı
(Ticaret) risk tolerance
risk yoğunlaşması
(Ticaret) concentration of risk
risk zammı
(Askeri) hazardous duty pay
risk-getiri alanı
(Ticaret) risk-return space
artık risk
(Tıp) residual risk
bireysel risk
(Tıp) individual risk
mali risk
(Ticaret) financial risk
minimal risk
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) minimal risk
potansiyel risk
(Ticaret) potential risk
riskler
(Politika, Siyaset) risks

She is not scared of taking big risks. - Büyük riskler almaktan korkmuyor.

Are you aware of the risks? - Risklerin farkında mısın?

sismik risk
(Jeoloji) seismic hazard
sismik risk
seismic risk
tehdit ve risk değerlendirme
threat and risk assessment
toplam risk
(Ticaret) total risk
yüksek risk
high risk
önemli risk
significant risk
Risk almak
take risk
risk almak
take one's chance
risk
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