-to risk to do o to risk doing?-

-to risk to do o to risk doing?-
Nota d'uso
Quando to risk è seguito da un altro verbo, questo è di norma nella forma in -ing, non all'infinito: We risk losing the deal, rischiamo di perdere l'affare (non We risk to lose the deal).

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