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hazards, plural;
  1. Venture to say (something)
    • - he hazarded a guess
  2. Put (something) at risk of being lost
    • - the cargo business is too risky to hazard money on
  1. A danger or risk
    • - the hazards of smoking
  2. A potential source of danger
    • - a fire hazard
    • - a health hazard
  3. A permanent feature of a golf course that presents an obstruction to playing a shot, such as a bunker or stream

  4. Chance; probability

  5. A gambling game using two dice, in which the chances are complicated by arbitrary rules

  1. a source of danger; a possibility of incurring loss or misfortune; "drinking alcohol is a health hazard"
  2. guess: put forward, of a guess, in spite of possible refutation; "I am guessing that the price of real estate will rise again"; "I cannot pretend to say that you are wrong"
  3. luck: an unknown and unpredictable phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another; "bad luck caused his downfall"; "we ran into each other by pure chance"
  4. venture: put at risk; "I will stake my good reputation for this"
  5. an obstacle on a golf course
  6. gamble: take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; "When you buy these stocks you are gambling"
  7. A hazard is a situation that poses a level of threat to life, health, property, or environment. Most hazards are dormant or potential, with only a theoretical risk of harm; however, once a hazard becomes "active", it can create an emergency situation. ...
  8. Hazard is a 2005 Japanese movie.
  9. Hazard, in comics may refer to: * Hazard (DC Comics) * Hazard (Marvel Comics) * Hazard (Wildstorm), a Wildstorm series
  10. Hazards are problems with the instruction pipeline in central processing unit (CPU) microarchitectures that potentially result in incorrect computation. There are typically three types of hazards: * data hazards * structural hazards * control hazards (branching hazards)
  11. Hazard is a fictional comic book character published by DC Comics. She was a member of the villainous group Injustice Society. Though she does not have a problem using her abilities for illegal gain, she has shown some apprehension at murder.
  12. HAZARD is a 2005 Japanese film mostly shot in New York, written and directed by Sono Sion, starring Joe Odagiri and Jai West. It is the story of three youths who attempt to avenge their rights in a society of criminals and thugs.
  13. A type of game played with dice. [from 14th c.]; Chance. [from 16th c.]; The chance of suffering harm; danger, peril, risk of loss. [from 16th c.]; An obstacle or other feature which causes risk or danger; originally in sports, and now applied more generally. [from 19th c. ...
  14. (Hazards) Obstacles strategically placed on a golf course to make play on each hole more difficult. Sand traps, water, and trees are all considered hazards.
  15. (Hazards) while the marshy areas, ponds, lakes, and pits filled with sand may be beautiful and add to the enjoyment of a golf course, in the context of the game these areas are all hazards and the golfer attempts to avoid them. ...
  16. (7. Hazards) The term literally refers to a difficulty that may have been encountered by a player while in the golf course. This refers to water on the course, sand traps or trees. ...
  17. (HAZARDS) are weather or hydrologic hazardous events issued for the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy. ...
  18. (Hazards) A condition, operation, or activity that has the net effect of increasing the possibility of incurring a loss.
  19. (Hazards) Cyclone, Drought, Flood, Heat Wave, Land Slide
  20. (Hazards) Natural and man-made obstructions that make a golf game more challenging and difficult. Examples: water, sand traps, or trees.
  21. (Hazards) Water or anything else you could lose your disc in, and constituted as out-of-bound play.
  22. (Hazards) Weightlessness (space adaptation syndrome)  · cosmic radiation
  23. (Hazards) can loosely be described as anything not bolted to the machine by the original manufacturer. ...
  24. A circumstance that increases the likelihood or probable severity of a loss. For example, the storing of explosives in a home basement is a hazard that increases the probability of an explosion.
  25. lakes, bunkers, fences, or anything that makes your ball hard to get to.