[ sˈand hˈazəd], [ sˈand hˈazəd], [ s_ˈa_n_d h_ˈa_z_ə_d]
Related words: sand hazards, warning flags, hazard flags, hazard warning flags, flags for sand traps, golf hazard flags, golf flag set
How to use "Sand hazard" in context?
Summer brings sandstorms and the associated dangers they may cause. To help keep you and your family safe, know the signs and what to do if you're in a sandstorm.
When a sandstorm is in progress, it's important to protect your eyes. If you can't leave the area, cover your nose and mouth with a tissue or cloth. If you are outside in a sandstorm, use a dust mask if available. If you are driving in a sandstorm, turn off your headlights and use your high beams only when necessary.
Most importantly, never run into a sandstorm.
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