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Threatened

Meanings and phrases

threatened

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adj.
  1. (of flora or fauna) likely in the near future to become endangered

threatened abortion

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n.
  1. the appearance of symptoms that signal the impending loss of the products of conception; imminent abortion

threatened by habitat

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E.g.
  • It is critically threatened by habitat loss.
  • It is threatened by habitat loss.

threatened species

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E.g.
  • It is a state threatened species in Minnesota.
  • It is a federally listed threatened species.
  • The sooty oystercatcher is listed as a threatened species.

not threatened

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E.g.
  • "Microtis eremaea" is classified as "not threatened" in New Zealand.
  • "Corybas acuminatus" is classified as "not threatened" by the New Zealand Government Department of Conservation.
  • Instead, this choice is a more invisible spatial–political pattern that has not threatened cooperative relations.

near threatened

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E.g.
  • This species is listed as lower risk, near threatened.
  • As a result the IUCN placed it in the "near threatened" category.
  • Bottle tree scrub is a key habitat of the near threatened black-breasted buttonquail.

threatened to kill

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E.g.
  • Her brothers threatened to kill her if she continued.
  • They threatened to kill the Ramanna family.
  • He threatened to kill both them and their children if they told anyone of the abuse.

threatened to sue

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E.g.
  • They have also threatened to sue those who criticize them.
  • Endemol then threatened to sue.
  • He threatened to sue the team as his response to the Lou Holtz rumors.

considered threatened

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E.g.
  • At present, it is not considered threatened.
  • It is not considered threatened.
  • Several species with restricted ranges are now considered threatened.

felt threatened

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E.g.
  • Long Islanders felt threatened that their autonomy would soon be at an end.
  • Both the Turks and the various Balkan states felt threatened by Italian ambitions.
  • Although this did not affect slaveholding in Kentucky at the time, owners felt threatened.

threatened legal

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E.g.
  • He also threatened legal action after his exit from the show.
  • The BCP threatened legal action against the Independent Electoral Commission.
  • Turner then contacted the Embassy of Norway in Washington, D.C. and threatened legal action.

threatened to resign

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E.g.
  • Premier Jay Weatherill threatened to resign if Farrell was successfully preselected.
  • The selectors wished to include Voce but Allen at first threatened to resign were he to be included.
  • The British commander of the Egyptian army, Sir Herbert Kitchener, immediately threatened to resign.

threatened legal action

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E.g.
  • He also threatened legal action after his exit from the show.
  • The BCP threatened legal action against the Independent Electoral Commission.
  • Turner then contacted the Embassy of Norway in Washington, D.C. and threatened legal action.

when threatened

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E.g.
  • Brienne refuses, even when threatened with a hanging.
  • It also squirts water when threatened.
  • The mantle can also withdraw into the shell opening when threatened.

threatened with extinction

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E.g.
  • Some species are threatened with extinction.
  • The species are not necessarily threatened with extinction globally.
  • Many species in tribe Borasseae are threatened with extinction (36% of total recognized species):

threatened to take

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E.g.
  • The BBS initially threatened to take the ACJU to court.
  • ", the rebels threatened to take Moscow before they were ruthlessly suppressed.
  • Baruch threatened to take over U.S. Steel unless the company agreed to lower its prices.

seriously threatened

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E.g.
  • Many have tiny ranges and are seriously threatened.
  • The surviving endemic fauna is still seriously threatened.
  • A high percentage of these are seriously threatened by human activities.

listed as threatened

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E.g.
  • , 85 plant species were listed as threatened or endangered.
  • Chinook salmon populations are within the Lower Columbia River Chinook ESU and listed as threatened (2011).
  • Steelhead populations are within the Lower Columbia River Steelhead distinct population segment as listed as threatened (2011).

threatened to leave

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E.g.
  • The council was torn apart and a few members threatened to leave.
  • Crosby threatened to leave the film and refused to discuss the matter.
  • When Hubbard and Irwin protested his terms, Aury threatened to leave the island.

threatened to withdraw

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E.g.
  • Trump had threatened to withdraw from it if negotiations fail.
  • Meany threatened to withdraw the AFL-CIO from the ICFTU unless Oldenbroek resigned.
  • Some participants threatened to withdraw, and several official bodies criticised the invitations.

threatened to cut

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E.g.
  • Royalist cavalry threatened to cut the Parliamentarians off from Fowey.
  • Peter threatened to cut him off if he did not acquiesce in his father's plans.
  • Repeated British counterattacks threatened to cut off and destroy the Afrika Korps.

globally threatened

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  • The park is home to four globally threatened large mammals.
  • The Oued Massa holds water throughout the year and has breeding marbled ducks, a globally threatened species.
  • The long-billed murrelet is considered globally threatened, having declined across its range over the last few decades.

most threatened

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  • "Vipera ursinii" is the most threatened snake in Europe.
  • The silvery gibbon ranks among the most threatened primates.
  • It was the Crescentii who most threatened papal independence.

species is threatened

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E.g.
  • The species is threatened by development of its habitat.
  • This species is threatened by habitat destruction, and is at-risk of becoming critically endangered in the future.
  • In coastal central Africa, the species is threatened by habitat loss, driven by the development of oil palm plantations.

threatened with demolition

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E.g.
  • The restaurant was first threatened with demolition in 1962.
  • It has been threatened with demolition.
  • The George Cinema was threatened with demolition as a developer applied for planning consent for 20 privately owned flats.

threatened with closure

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E.g.
  • The paper mill had previously been threatened with closure.
  • After that, it increasingly lost its importance and was even threatened with closure at times.
  • Today, the church is threatened with closure as a result of diminishing congregation and the cost of upkeep.

threatened or endangered

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E.g.
  • , 85 plant species were listed as threatened or endangered.
  • The Wilderness is home to several threatened or endangered species.
  • It is a small, dark colored frog that is threatened or endangered in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.

not considered threatened

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E.g.
  • At present, it is not considered threatened.
  • It is not considered threatened.
  • It is not considered threatened by the IUCN, being plentiful across a wide range.
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