It's not a threat.
He sees any easiness as a threat to his masculinity, so he always starts games on hard mode and ends up stuck on the first level for days.
There are so many anti-smoking campaigns these days; maybe smoking really is a threat to the public order.
But the Nobel Committee said that poverty was a threat to world peace, and Mother Teresa worked against poverty.
In Ankara, I made clear that America is not – and never will be – at war with Islam. We will, however, relentlessly confront violent extremists who pose a grave threat to our security.
Today young people find themselves, through no fault of their own, living in a world torn by international bitterness and the threat of nuclear destruction.
We must also threaten them with changing the bottom-down to bottom-up approach.
threat = something which can put us in danger
Professor Hawking has said recently that efforts to create thinking machines are a threat to our existence. A threat means something which can put us in danger.
But we all face risks every day by eating, drinking, walking and driving – simply going about our daily lives carries all sorts of unseen threats.
What do we mean by empty threats? By empty threats we mean something that won't really be done.
a life-threatening situation
Even a million Dothraki are no threat to the realm, as long as they remain on the other side of the Narrow Sea.
The team we're playing this weekend is a bit of a threat, but I'm sure we can beat them.
Christopher Columbus's infinite accomplishments are a threat to Google, who do not know how to index infinity when someone searches for "Christopher Columbus".
English word "التهديد"(Threat) occurs in sets:book (2) from 1 - 24