jeopardize

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To put in jeopardy, to threaten

After having an affair with a junior, her chances of promotion were seriously jeopardized.

to imperil
put at risk; "I will stake my good reputation for this"
jeop·ard·ize jeopardizes jeopardizing jeopardized in BRIT, also use jeopardise To jeopardize a situation or activity means to do something that may destroy it or cause it to fail. He has jeopardised the future of his government = threaten, endanger. to risk losing or spoiling something important
{f} endanger, imperil, put at risk, place in danger; compromise the safety or security of; compromise the success of (also jeopardise)
To expose to loss or injury; to risk; to jeopard
pose a threat to; present a danger to; "The pollution is endangering the crops"
jeopardize one's life
{f} endanger one's life, put one's life at risk
jeopardise
{f} endanger, imperil, put at risk, place in danger; compromise the safety or security of; compromise the success of (also jeopardize)
To jeopardize
jeopardy
jeopardise
To put in jeopardy, to threaten
jeopardise
pose a threat to; present a danger to; "The pollution is endangering the crops"
jeopardised
past of jeopardise
jeopardised
{s} endangered, placed in danger, imperiled, at risk (also jeopardized)
jeopardises
third-person singular of jeopardise
jeopardising
present participle of jeopardise
jeopardized
past of jeopardize
jeopardized
{s} endangered, placed in danger, imperiled, at risk (also jeopardised)
jeopardizes
third-person singular of jeopardize
jeopardizing
present participle of jeopardize
jeopardizing
{i} endangering, putting at risk, placing in danger
jeopardize
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