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i don't undersand the meaning of this expression "at its own peril" for example the outside world neglects these conflicts at its own peril. or State neglects tourism at its own peril

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    Have you looked up peril in a dictionary? ODO gives a nice definition of the idiom: do something at your (own) peril used to warn somebody that if they do something, it may be dangerous or cause them problems. If so, what is still unclear about that explanation? – oerkelens Nov 4 '14 at 9:20
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Look here:

do something at your (own) peril (OALD)

used to warn somebody that if they do something, it may be dangerous or cause them problems
Teachers ignore the importance of these results at their peril.

HTH.

  • Sorry, @oerkelens I overlooked the latter part of the comment above, (at my own peril?). – Kris Nov 4 '14 at 10:01

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