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jeopardize

verb endanger, expose to danger, in periculum, leave unprotected, menace, peril, place in danger, risk, stake, threaten
See also: compromise, endanger, expose
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for Wales' Scotland Jones said: "At the time I thought it would jeopardise my international career.
He went on: "We will not do anything that we feel would jeopardise our status as a footballing nation in our own right.
A state attorney general said that the alleged illegal activity had the potential to jeopardise security at the airport.
My government does not want to jeopardise human life; and for that reason we do not want to jeopardise the conservation of nature.
A legally binding minimum wage for 16 to 17-year-olds and an increase in the rate for 18 to 21-year-olds would place unsustainable costs on the c-store sector and jeopardise jobs, claim the British Retail Consortium and Association of Convenience Stores.
Summary: MUMBAI - India's central bank governor has warned that a sustained rise in oil prices, along with social and political turmoil, could jeopardise global economic recovery.
I would never have tried to jeopardise his preparations for the Open, that was never my intention," Lyle said.
Cllr Anderson added: "If you jeopardise education, you are jeopardising young people, and that means you are jeopardising the future of Liverpool.
If that does happen, it may jeopardise the whole thing.