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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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But the council added that despite this positive growth, tourism leaders were concerned "about continued inaction to address deepening infrastructure constraints, which is jeopardising economic prospects and seriously affecting the experience of millions of travellers".
Cllr Peter Millea, executive member for regeneration, said: ``It is not correct to say that the council is jeopardising the building of Lines One and Two, because the funding for Line Two isn't even in place yet.
MERSEYTRAVEL last night accused Liverpool city council of jeopardising the entire three-line Merseytram project.
THE University of Cambridge yesterday condemned Education Secretary Michael Gove for "jeopardising" fair access to underprivileged students with his A-levels shake-up.
MERSEYTRAVEL has accused Liverpool council of jeopardising the entire three-line Merseytram project.
LOW-COST airlines last night doggedly defended their procedures after an allegation that at least one no-frills carrier was jeopardising safety by ignoring orders from air traffic controllers so tight schedules could be met.