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# Is there a kind of idiom tested

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As correctly pointed ^^, Risk of is the correct idiom.
In this question, its just that 'risk' and 'of' are at a distance, but the idiom still holds.
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16 Nov 2009, 23:51
True - Risk of - correct idiomatic usage
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27 Jun 2010, 17:31
Hi guys,
Can someone please explain what is the difference between "risk as little as" & "as little risk as" in options given above?
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13 Jul 2010, 10:29
should be B.

"risk of causing" is idiomatic

"one chance in a million" is idiomatic.
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30 Jul 2010, 00:51
It is B .........as indicated .......felt that only As.........as was the idiom here.......Thanks for explanations
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