01. Cell phones in cars can be a real [hazard], in that they distract drivers from the road.
02. Smoking is [hazardous] to your health; everyone knows that!
03. The proper disposal of [hazardous] waste has always been a problem for nuclear power plants.
04. All [hazardous] materials must be disposed of properly.
05. Smoking has been banned in public buildings here because of the [hazard] second-hand smoke poses.
06. This toy should not be used by children under three as the small parts could be a choking [hazard].
07. The oil leaking from a sinking freighter poses a serious [hazard] to marine life in the area.
08. Someone once said that the greatest [hazard] in life is to risk nothing.
09. Deep-sea diving from oil rigs is among the world's most [hazardous] occupations, averaging a death rate of 1 out of every 100 workers each year.
10. Burn-out is a common [hazard] of the teaching profession.
11. It is important to keep all medications, cleaning and automotive supplies, and other [hazardous] products out of the reach of children.
12. Driving safely means looking out for [hazards].
13. Snow and rain often produce [hazardous] driving conditions.
14. Yellow diamond-shaped road signs warn of possible [hazards] ahead.
15. Given the numerous health benefits of physical activity, the [hazards] of being inactive are clear.
16. Identifying potential [hazards] ahead of time, and advance planning can reduce the dangers of serious injury or loss of life from an earthquake.
17. Studies show that riding a bicycle on the sidewalk is much more [hazardous] than riding on the roads.
18. The Middle Eastern nation of Qatar has only two natural [hazards]; haze and dust storms.
19. Human beings produce more than 100 tons of toxic or [hazardous] waste every second of every day.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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