♦ risk

♦ risk
♦ risk /rɪsk/
n. [cu]
rischio: fire risk, rischio d'incendio; health risk, rischio per la salute; security risk, rischio per la sicurezza (nazionale); to take (o to run) a risk, correre un rischio; There is a risk of another accident happening (o There is a risk that another accident will happen), c'è il rischio che si verifichi un altro incidente; Risks to users have been minimized, i rischi per gli utenti sono stati ridotti al minimo; Travelling without insurance is not worth the risk, non vale la pena di rischiare viaggiando senza assicurazione; to be a risk to sb., essere rischioso per q.; to pose a risk to sb., costituire un rischio per q.; to eliminate a risk, eliminare un rischio; high-risk, ad alto rischio; to be at risk, essere a rischio: A quarter of the world's mammals are at risk of extinction, un quarto dei mammiferi nel mondo sono a rischio di estinzione; Many children are at risk from their own parents, molti bambini sono a rischio a causa dei loro stessi genitori; to put at risk, mettere in pericolo; (anche polit.) calculated risk, rischio calcolato
● (fin.) risk-adjusted, rettificato per il rischio □ (comput.) risk analysis, analisi del rischio □ (fin.) risk appetite, propensione al rischio □ (ass., econ., fin.) risk-averse, avverso al rischio □ (ass., econ., fin.) risk aversion, avversione al rischio □ risk awareness, capacità di riconoscere i rischi □ (ass., fin.) risk-bearing, assunzione di rischio □ (fin.) risk capital, capitale di rischio □ (med.) risk factor, fattore di rischio □ risk-free, esente da rischio; privo di rischio □ (fin.) risk management, gestione del rischio □ (ass., econ., fin.) risk-neutral, neutrale rispetto al rischio □ (naut.) risk of craft, rischio di alleggio □ (fin.) risk premium, premio di rischio □ (ass., fin.) risk-taking, assunzione di rischio □ (ass.) all risks, assicurazione «tutti rischi» □ at the risk of, a rischio di; He saved the child from drawing at the risk of his life, ha salvato il bambino dall'annegamento a rischio della sua vita; at the risk of sounding stupid [ridiculous, ecc.], a rischio di sembrare stupido [ridicolo, ecc.] □ at one's own risk, a proprio rischio e pericolo □ (comm.) at owner's risk, a rischio (e pericolo) del committente.
♦ (to) risk /rɪsk/
v. t. e i.
1 rischiare; mettere a rischio: (anche fig.) to risk one's neck, rischiare l'osso del collo; Many workers risk losing their jobs, molti lavoratori rischiano di perdere il posto; Nobody risked criticizing the president, nessuno si è azzardato a criticare il presidente; to risk one's life, mettere a rischio (o a repentaglio) la propria vita; The weather wasn't too good, but we decided to risk it and go for a picnic, il tempo non era granché, ma abbiamo deciso di correre il rischio e di fare un picnic
2 arrischiare; azzardare: to risk a glance at st., arrischiare un'occhiata a qc.
NOTA D'USO: -to risk to do o to risk doing?-

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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