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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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a member of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, issued the following statement after President Trump announced his decision to impose up to 30 percent tariffs on imported solar panels and modules that will jeopardize tens of thousands of American solar jobs:
Any PR company would have to follow suit not to jeopardize business or profits.
Right before the activity, I pulled the staff together and explained to them how much their behavior could jeopardize the campers' fun.
Unconventional investments must surmount both hurdles so they are sure not to jeopardize the IRA's tax-exempt status.
1035 exchange could jeopardize grandfathered tax benefits for their existing insurance or annuity contracts.
This places the client in an environment that jeopardizes sobriety.
The single most important goal for the client is to maintain sobriety by not doing things that would jeopardize recovery.
The wrong path to biosimilars jeopardizes our ability to develop medical advancements and the next generation of breakthrough therapies.
This mistake exposes you to potential penalties and jeopardizes the rate of growth on your long-term savings.
The installation of unauthorized electrical aftermarket products jeopardizes personnel safety, as well as the integrity and code compliance of electrical distribution systems worldwide, according to diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation and a consortium of electrical industry representatives who met earlier this year to address this growing problem.
Lawsuit abuse threatens our healthcare system and jeopardizes our ability to access what should be the finest health care in the world.
However, the recommended funding levels not only deny PG&E the ability to maintain its current level of service, but also jeopardizes future projects that will enhance reliability.