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Old December 08, 2009, 07:20 AM
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Thanks for your comments, Irmamar - interesting about "de ocasión". If you have a minute and can look at this link: http://buscon.rae.es/draeI/SrvltCons...=3&LEMA=cuerdo in RAE, the definition "peligro" has this after it: "(‖ riesgo)". Do you know what the symbol is immediately preceding the word "riesgo"? That may answer some of my question about this portion of the definition......
Te dice cuál sentido de "peligro". En detalle:

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4.1 Remisiones

En definiciones sinonímicas, el diccionario utiliza el sistema de la remisión, en letra negrita:
hálito. M. aliento.
Si la Academia prefiere una variante fónico-ortográfica o morfológica sin marcas —o con la misma marca— a otra, y no es posible disponerlas en el mismo lema (véase, antes, §1.3), por romper el orden alfabético, se emplea asimismo la remisión:
diciente. ADJ. dicente.
hartazón. M. hartazgo.
Cuando la remisión afecta a una sola de las varias acepciones de la voz remitida, se utiliza la glosa. Esta resume, en un paréntesis abierto por doble barra, la acepción concreta a la que se refiere:
espaciosidad. F. anchura (|| capacidad).
En definiciones que no pretenden remitir, sino especificar, puede utilizarse el mismo sistema:
lanzador, ra. I. ADJ. 1. Que lanza (|| arroja). [...]


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Old December 08, 2009, 07:30 AM
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Thanks for that, pjt, but, I'm sorry - my Spanish isn't quite so good yet as to follow that. I get the general meaning of the entire thing, but not the specific reference to the double bar.........
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