Don't threaten me.
Do you want to threaten sanctions or not?
Creatures are threatened with extinction
Region's leader threatens to declare independence
We watched the enormous thunderclouds come closer and threaten the land.
this sort of reality often threatens us
Thus, they cannot be detected by other animals that threaten them.
It is only through knowledge that we, as a nation, can cope with the dangers that threaten our society.
Legal changes threaten online sales in digital commerce.
Mr Bean denies any suggestion the he has threatened to resign if Mr A did not go
Have you ever been threatened with dismissal at work? No, I have never been threatened with dismissal at work.
(call) The teacher threatened ... my parents and tell them what I had done.
Polluted rivers threaten the existence of fish that live in them.
He threatened the staff with a gun and demanded money.; His knee problem is threatening his cycling career.
The dairy farmers wanted better prices and threatened to go on strike.
Angielskie słowo "grozić" (threaten) występuje w zestawach:The pros and cons of technologyMexican barbie, Underwear, Outsourcing to IndiaThe King of Complainers (20.02.18) + (23.02.18)SŁOWNICTWO 13 (KWIECIEŃ 2012)Verbs + Infinitive czas+to+czas
2. make threats
It's not a threat.
He sees any easiness as a threat to his masculinity, so he always starts games on hard mode and ends up stuck on the first level for days.
There are so many anti-smoking campaigns these days; maybe smoking really is a threat to the public order.
But the Nobel Committee said that poverty was a threat to world peace, and Mother Teresa worked against poverty.
In Ankara, I made clear that America is not – and never will be – at war with Islam. We will, however, relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security.
Today young people find themselves, through no fault of their own, living in a world torn by international bitterness and the threat of nuclear destruction.
We must also threaten them with changing the bottom-down to bottom-up approach.
threat = something which can put us in danger
Professor Hawking has said recently that efforts to create thinking machines are a threat to our existence. A threat means something which can put us in danger.
But we all face risks every day by eating, drinking, walking and driving – simply going about our daily lives carries all sorts of unseen threats.
What do we mean by empty threats? By empty threats we mean something that won't really be done.
a life-threatening situation
Even a million Dothraki are no threat to the realm, as long as they remain on the other side of the Narrow Sea.
The team we're playing this weekend is a bit of a threat, but I'm sure we can beat them.
Christopher Columbus's infinite accomplishments are a threat to Google, who do not know how to index infinity when someone searches for "Christopher Columbus".
Angielskie słowo "grozić" (threat) występuje w zestawach:I fucking love scienceSŁOWA Z ZESZYTU 1
4. to menace