Direct Threat

Direct Threat,

Direct Threat:

  1. As defined by the American Disability Act (ADA) 1990, there is a risk of significant harm to the health or safety of an individual or other people that cannot be eliminated or reduced by appropriate precautions. The ADA aims to provide economic opportunities for people with disabilities. However, no person can be moved to a position that endangers the safety of that person or employee.

Literal Meanings of Direct Threat

Direct:

Meanings of Direct:
  1. Move the path from one place to another without changing direction and without stopping.

  2. No arbitration or mediation factors.

  3. Up to the point (about a person or his behavior).

  4. Stand on non-sloping surface

  5. Nothing with or in between.

  6. Management control or government work.

  7. Point (something) towards a particular direction or a particular person.

  8. Give (someone) formal orders or government instructions.

Sentences of Direct
  1. There are no direct flights on this day

  2. Complications are a direct result of the spread of bacteria.

  3. He is very straightforward and honest

  4. Buy and save directly

  5. The economic elite controls the affairs of the state

  6. Warm air passage to warm passengers for rear passengers

  7. The judge ordered him to serve the community

Synonyms of Direct

undiplomatic, forthright, command, conduct, charge, directly, undeviating, outspoken, sincere, straight, unmediated, give orders to, point blank, open, dictate, blunt, level, aim, face to face, without an intermediary, straightforward, frank, tell, handle, control, bluff

Threat:

Meanings of Threat:
  1. An intent to inflict harm, injury, injury or other adversarial action on a person in retaliation for an act that has been declared or not.

  2. A person or thing that can cause harm or loss.

Sentences of Threat
  1. His family received death threats

  2. Many coastal populations are at risk from storm damage.

Synonyms of Threat

warning, intimidating remark, ultimatum, threatening remark