- 美 [ˈrɪski]
- 2.〈口〉近乎猥亵的(作品等;=〔法语〕 risqué)
- 1.involving the possibility of danger, harm, or failure
- 1.冒险的外研版高中英语必修4单词_百度文库 ... prediction n. 预测 risky adj. 危险的；冒险的 resource n. （常作复数）资源 ...2.危险的外研版高中英语必修4单词_百度文库 ... prediction n. 预测 risky adj. 危险的；冒险的 resource n. （常作复数）资源 ...3.有风险的分享：关于经济方面的英语词汇 ... bequest 遗产 risky 有风险的 Charity begins at home. 施舍应从自己亲友开始。 ...4.风险性联储无“截止日期”的每月购买按揭抵押债券已经让"无风险"(Risk Free)政策变为“风险性”(Risky)操作。联储这样冒险的举措同时反 …5.冒险的，轻率的wild ... wild weather. 暴风雨天气 Risky;imprudent: 冒险的，轻率的： wild financial schemes. 冒险的财政计划 ...
Telling a prospective employer what you think they want to hear is risky business.
Investing in the Philippines is very risky, so we've got to be very careful to cover all contingencies.
Don't you think it's too risky for you to sell everything and go travel abroad?
Now, we've been able to do new versions and keep the prices down enough to stay ahead, but it is a very risky business.
In a flight to safety triggered by a default, much of the money bailing out of risky assets could end up in Treasury debt.
The inability to gain insight into how much the change would impact an application made such changes risky.
These rules mean that big banks are no longer going to be able to make risky bets with your deposits.
This will allow her to bypass what some have speculated would be a risky Senate nomination process.
I don't know what he wants, but let's play along with him. B: Isn't it a little bit risky?
'Even if it's more risky than it used to be, it's still the least-risky of all assets. '
TV job-hunting might be a good show full of conflict, but simply applying what you see on the show to a real interview would be risky.
These structures look even shakier when the collateral cushion is, as is often the case, risky bonds - not cash.
But it all depends on the work of specialized cells called lymphocytes that have made a risky evolutionary gambit to mutate their own DNA.
It's less risky to invest your windfall in someone with a proven business record, or put the money in the bank.
'Technically, ' he says through a translator, 'this was the least risky. '
But the global recession seemed to convince China that absolute reliance on exports for growth was a "risky strategy, " he said.
But his wife, whose attitude about her husband's risky enterprise touches all extremes, decides that they can take the child.
Still, I can't fight the nagging feeling that it's risky to ask for anything in this job market, so I'm hesitating to rock the boat.
He could have had transport on a winged steed, but that would have been expensive, and risky in its own fashion.
With gas too risky, coal too dirty, nuclear too slow and renewables too unreliable, Britain is in a bind. What can it do to get out of it?