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Emotional WeightPlay
The noun 'risk' often carries a sense of tension or worry about a possible negative outcome. SlideDespite the risks, the thrill-seeker jumped off the cliff.
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Risk vs DangerPlay
'Risk' implies a possibility, while 'danger' is more immediate and serious. SlideLearning to drive involves some risk, but speeding is outright dangerous.
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Risk MeasurementPlay
Often, 'risk' is mentioned alongside adjectives that measure it like 'high' or 'low'. SlideSkydiving is a high risk activity, but with proper equipment, the risk is minimized.