- een gevaar zijn voor
- pose a threat to; present a danger to
"The pollution is endangering the crops"
- een slechte naam bezorgen
- put in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position
- There is danger from all men. The only maxim of a free government ought to be to trust no man living with power to endanger the public liberty.
- endanger human health; or
- endanger human health;
- that endanger, or are likely to endanger, the lives or safety of the migrants concerned; or
- so as to endanger an aeroplane or person therein;
- Such bending would also endanger the stability of the roof.
- If measures were allowed to lapse, this would endanger this recovery process.
- the decision to apply emergency vaccination does not endanger disease control.
- so as to cause or permit an aeroplane to endanger any person or property.
- Further reducing BankCo’s presence on the UK mortgage and savings market would endanger its viability.
- They must be capable of being locked if reconnection could endanger persons.
- Steps must be taken to prevent access to electrically-live constituents in order not to endanger the safety of persons.
- take due account of the need not to endanger the security of the vessel or its cargo;
- ‘Steps must be taken to prevent access to electrically-live constituents in order not to endanger the safety of persons’.
- In the latter case, the reversing speed must be such that it does not endanger the driver.