an expression of an intention to hurt, punish, cause pain, etc.
a person, thing, or idea regarded as a possible danger
a sign, warning, or possibility of coming danger
"earthquakes are a constant threat in Japan"
"they were under threat of arrest"
"his threat to kill me was quite explicit"
"he was the terror of the neighborhood"
There is no terror, Cassius, in your threats.
出自：Julius Caesar , Shakespeare
A threat of rain darkened the sky.
出自： E. Wharton
The movement to reform the House of Lords has arisen in the face of a threat to abolish it.
出自： R. Scruton
Coal mining in those areas was a threat to public safety.
出自：New York Times
The tenants disregarded their landlord's threat to expel them.
There was then a continual threat of war.
There was then a continual threat to peace.