1. (bad situation) 
The patient is now out of danger.El paciente ya está fuera de peligro.
2. (bad person or thing) 
The judge said that the man was a danger to the public.El juez dijo que este hombre era un peligro público.
1. (general) 
a. el peligro (M) 
in/out of dangeren/fuera de peligro
to be in danger of doing somethingcorrer el peligro de hacer algo
there is no danger that…no hay peligro de que…
to be on the danger listestar muy grave
to be off the danger listestar fuera de peligro
payprima or plus de peligrosidad
2. (fig) 
a. no direct translation 
danger signseñal de peligro
danger [ˈdeɪndʒəʳ]
peligro (m)
to be in danger estar en peligro; correr peligro; to be in danger of falling correr el peligro or riesgo de caer; there is a danger of hay peligro or riesgo de; there was no danger that he would be discovered no había peligro de que lo descubrieran; (to be) out of danger also (Med) (estar) fuera de peligro; to be a danger to sth/sb/o.s. ser un peligro para algo/para algn/para sí mismo
Why should anyone think that she could be a danger to them? Britain's roads are a danger to cyclists He had to be restrained as he was considered a danger to himself
danger men at work ¡atención obras!; ¡peligro obras!
danger keep out ¡peligro de muerte! prohibido el acceso
danger area (n)
danger zone See culture box in entry danger.
danger list (n) (Med)
to be on the danger list estar grave
to be off the danger list
danger money (n) plus (m) de peligrosidad
danger point (n) punto (m) crítico
danger signal (n) señal (f) de peligro
danger zone (n) área (f) or zona (f) de peligro
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