grave danger

grave danger
серьезная опасность

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  • Grave Danger — Infobox Television episode| Title= Grave Danger Series= Season = 5 Episode = 24/25 Guests= John Saxon (Walter Gordon) Frank Gorshin (himself) Tony Curtis (himself) Lois Chiles (Jillian Stokes) Andrew Prine (Judge Bill Cisco Stokes) Airdate = May… …   Wikipedia

  • grave danger — serious danger, major peril …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Grave Danger (disambiguation) — Grave danger is a phrase expressing a mortal or terminal threat.Grave Danger may also refer to:* David Granger aka Grave Danger , an Australian Rules footballer * Grave Danger (CSI episode), an episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation * Grave… …   Wikipedia

  • Grave Danger (The Hardy Boys) — Grave Danger is a Hardy Boys novel.Frank and Joe head to the Yucatan Peninsula to confront a gang of grave robbers , intending to smuggle ancient artifacts into Bayport, and get away with it. The danger level rises rapidly after a group of… …   Wikipedia

  • Monster Madness: Grave Danger — Developer(s) Psyonix Studios Immersion Games Publisher(s) Southpeak Interactive …   Wikipedia

  • was in grave danger — was in a very dangerous situation, his life was in jeopardy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • danger — [ dɑ̃ʒe ] n. m. • 1340; dangier « domination, pouvoir sur » XIIe; lat. pop. °dominiarium « pouvoir de dominer », de dominus « maître » ♦ Ce qui menace ou compromet la sûreté, l existence de qqn ou de qqch.; situation qui en résulte. ⇒ péril;… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • grave — [ grav ] adj. • déb. XIVe « important »; lat. gravis I ♦ Abstrait 1 ♦ (1542) Vieilli Qui se comporte, agit avec réserve et dignité; qui donne de l importance aux choses. ⇒ austère, digne, posé, sérieux. Un grave magistra …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • danger — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ big, considerable, enormous, extreme, grave, great, mortal, obvious, real, serious, significant …   Collocations dictionary

  • danger — dan|ger W2S2 [ˈdeındʒə US ər] n [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: dangier, from Vulgar Latin dominiarium power to do harm , from Latin dominium ownership ] 1.) [U] the possibility that someone or something will be harmed, destroyed, or… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • grave — I UK [ɡreɪv] / US noun [countable] Word forms grave : singular grave plural graves ** 1) the place where a dead body is buried in a deep hole in the ground. A tomb is a structure above the ground that contains a dead body He s never even visited… …   English dictionary

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