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low-risk

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlow-riskˌlow-ˈrisk adjective [usually before noun]  RISKlikely to be safe or without problems opp high-risk low-risk investments
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low-riskSimilarly, banks charge higher interest rates to high-risk borrowers than to low-risk borrowers.But low-risk games can become theaters of the occult, too.While it is possible to identify accurately those patients in low-risk groups the positive predictive value of many tests remains poor.a low-risk investmentLaw enforcement authorities simply keep a record of a low-risk offender.Lenders want low-risk outlets for their money, which also offer attractive returns.The low-risk prisoners and the small number of female inmates stay in barracks-like dorms.
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