arriesgar


arriesgar
v.
1 to risk.
El millonario aventuró su dinero The millionaire risked his money.
2 to risk to, to gamble on, to risk.
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arriesgar
Conjugation model [LLEGAR], like {{link=llegar}}llegar
verbo transitivo
1 to risk (dinero) to stake
arriesgó mucho dinero con esa operación he staked a lot of money on that transaction
2 (aventurar) to venture
arriesgó una hipótesis absurda she ventured an outrageous theory
verbo pronominal arriesgarse
1 (uso reflexivo) to risk
se arriesgó mucho y fracasó he took many risks and failed
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FRASEOLOGÍA
arriesgar el pellejo familiar to risk one's neck
arriesgarse a hacer algo to dare to do something, risk doing something
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verb
to risk, venture
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1.
VT (=poner en riesgo) to risk, hazard; [+ oportunidad] to endanger, put at risk; [+ conjetura] to hazard, venture; [+ dinero] to stake
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <vida/dinero> to risk

quien nada arriesga nada gana — nothing ventured, nothing gained

b) <opinión> to venture
2.
arriesgarse v pron

¿nos arriesgamos? — shall we risk it o take a chance?

se arriesgan al fracaso — they run the risk of failing o of failure

arriesgarse a + inf — to risk -ing

te arriesgas a que te multen — you risk getting a fine

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= risk, gamble, take + risks, chance.
Ex. By conscious or unconscious fixation on this single, already passé, facet of data processing technology we risk totally ignoring the other functions of a catalog.
Ex. In the case of bookshops the function of 'buying' calls for real skill since the bookseller is gambling with his (or her) capital in purchasing the goods.
Ex. Unfortunately, most librarians are unwilling to take limited risks to learn about new software.
Ex. There is, as yet, no scientific basis for measuring how far the reliance on these key indicators can be chanced.
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* arriesgar el cuello = stick out + Posesivo + neck.
* arriesgar el cuello (por) = stick + Posesivo + neck out (for).
* arriesgar la vida = risk + life and limb, play + Russian roulette, risk + Posesivo + life.
* arriesgar mucho = play (for) + high stakes.
* arriesgar + Posesivo + vida = put + Posesivo + life on the line.
* arriesgarse = take + a gamble, take + the chance, take + the plunge, go out on + a limb, take + chances (on), take + Posesivo + chances.
* arriesgarse a = run + risk.
* arriesgarse a decir = hazard.
* arriesgarse innecesariamente = flirt with + danger, court + danger.
* no arriesgarse = play it + safe.
* quien nada arriesga nada gana = nothing ventured, nothing gained.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <vida/dinero> to risk

quien nada arriesga nada gana — nothing ventured, nothing gained

b) <opinión> to venture
2.
arriesgarse v pron

¿nos arriesgamos? — shall we risk it o take a chance?

se arriesgan al fracaso — they run the risk of failing o of failure

arriesgarse a + inf — to risk -ing

te arriesgas a que te multen — you risk getting a fine

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= risk, gamble, take + risks, chance.

Ex: By conscious or unconscious fixation on this single, already passé, facet of data processing technology we risk totally ignoring the other functions of a catalog.

Ex: In the case of bookshops the function of 'buying' calls for real skill since the bookseller is gambling with his (or her) capital in purchasing the goods.
Ex: Unfortunately, most librarians are unwilling to take limited risks to learn about new software.
Ex: There is, as yet, no scientific basis for measuring how far the reliance on these key indicators can be chanced.
* arriesgar el cuello = stick out + Posesivo + neck.
* arriesgar el cuello (por) = stick + Posesivo + neck out (for).
* arriesgar la vida = risk + life and limb, play + Russian roulette, risk + Posesivo + life.
* arriesgar mucho = play (for) + high stakes.
* arriesgar + Posesivo + vida = put + Posesivo + life on the line.
* arriesgarse = take + a gamble, take + the chance, take + the plunge, go out on + a limb, take + chances (on), take + Posesivo + chances.
* arriesgarse a = run + risk.
* arriesgarse a decir = hazard.
* arriesgarse innecesariamente = flirt with + danger, court + danger.
* no arriesgarse = play it + safe.
* quien nada arriesga nada gana = nothing ventured, nothing gained.

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arriesgar [A3 ]
vt
1 ‹vida/dinero/reputación› to risk
arriesgó su vida para salvar al niño he risked his life to save the child
arriesgó mucho con esa inversión he staked a great deal on that investment, he risked a great deal when he made that investment
quien nada arriesga nada gana nothing ventured, nothing gained
2 ‹opinión› to venture
arriesgarse
v pron
¿qué te parece? ¿nos arriesgamos? what do you think? shall we risk it o take a chance?
vale la pena arriesgarse it's worth (taking) the risk
se arriesgan al fracaso they run the risk of failing o of failure, they risk failure
arriesgarse A + INF to risk -ING
te arriesgas a perderlo todo you risk losing everything, you run the risk of losing everything
arriesgarse A QUE + SUBJ:
te arriesgas a que te pongan una multa you risk getting a fine
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arriesgar (conjugate arriesgar) verbo transitivo
a)vida/dineroto risk

b)opiniónto venture

arriesgarse verbo pronominal:
¿nos arriesgamos? shall we risk it o take a chance?;

arriesgarse a hacer algo to risk doing sth
arriesgar verbo transitivo to risk

'arriesgar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
jugarse
- pellejo
- jugar
English:
hazard
- neck
- risk
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arriesgar
vt
1. [exponer a peligro] to risk;
arriesgó la vida por sus ideales she risked her life for her beliefs
2. [proponer] to venture, to suggest
See also the pronominal verb arriesgarse
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arriesgar
v/t risk
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arriesgar {52} vt
: to risk, to venture
See also the reflexive verb arriesgarse
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arriesgar vb to risk
arriesgar la vida to risk your life

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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