maritime risk


maritime risk
морской риск

assume risk — принимать на себя риск

assume the risk — брать на себя риск

balance sheet risk — балансовый риск

high risk area — зона высокого риска

perceived risk — предполагаемый риск


English-Russian big medical dictionary. 2005.

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