High-risk Occupation

High-risk Occupation,

What Does High-risk Occupation Mean?

Jobs that increase the likelihood of accidents. Travel and auto insurance can exclude people with special jobs or charge higher premiums.

Literal Meanings of High-risk Occupation


Meanings of High:
  1. To a large extent or in a certain amount.

  2. very much

  3. (Long) for or in high notes.

  4. Highlights, levels or numbers.

  5. A famous moment of happiness or success.

  6. High school (used in most nouns)

  7. From a vertical surface

  8. In large numbers, more than usual, in number, size or intensity.

  9. Excellent in rank, status or importance.

Sentences of High
  1. The statue is about five meters high

  2. He was one of the pioneers of chemical technology in the 20th century

  3. My voice rose with joy

  4. Commodity prices are at extraordinary levels

  5. Ups and downs in life

  6. High mountain peak

Synonyms of High

treble, hallucinating, prime, overjoyed, unduly expensive, pre-eminent, high-ranking, senior, ecstatic, on cloud nine, main, record, inflated, strong-smelling, shrill, costly, intoxicated, walking on air, in raptures, powerful, rapturous, inebriated, beside oneself, high level, sharp, in seventh heaven, in transports of delight, exultant


Meanings of Risk:
  1. Expose loss, damage or loss to anyone or anything of value.

  2. Conditions involved in exposure to hazards

Sentences of Risk
  1. Disobeying the law is very dangerous

Synonyms of Risk

jeopardize, threat, gamble with, likelihood, hazard, put in jeopardy, peril, put on the line, imperil, bet, venture, put at risk, danger, put in danger, probability, prospect, expose to danger, gamble, fear, take a chance with, possibility, endanger, wager, menace, chance


Meanings of Occupation:
  1. Job or profession

  2. Occupation or process of occupation by military force, condition or moment.

  3. The act or process of living or using a building or other place.

Sentences of Occupation
  1. Your main job is as editor-in-chief

  2. Roman occupation of England

  3. Features suitable for parents

Synonyms of Occupation

trade, profession, inhabitation, vocation, employment, skill, position, day job, tenancy, m├ętier, situation, province, tenure, job, work, line of business, living in, business, calling, residence