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en·dan·ger

 (ĕn-dān′jər)
tr.v. en·dan·gered, en·dan·ger·ing, en·dan·gers
1. To expose to harm or danger; imperil.
2. To threaten with extinction.

en·dan′ger·ment n.
Synonyms: endanger, hazard, imperil, jeopardize, risk
These verbs mean to subject to danger, loss, or destruction: erratic driving that endangers lives; hazarded his health by smoking; a forest imperiled by acid rain; costs that jeopardized profits; wouldn't risk her financial security.

endanger

(ɪnˈdeɪndʒə)
vb
(tr) to put in danger or peril; imperil
enˈdangerment n

en•dan•ger

(ɛnˈdeɪn dʒər)

v.t.
1. to expose to danger; imperil: to endanger one's life.
2. to threaten with extinction.
[1400–50]
en•dan′ger•ment, n.

endanger


Past participle: endangered
Gerund: endangering

Imperative
endanger
endanger
Present
I endanger
you endanger
he/she/it endangers
we endanger
you endanger
they endanger
Preterite
I endangered
you endangered
he/she/it endangered
we endangered
you endangered
they endangered
Present Continuous
I am endangering
you are endangering
he/she/it is endangering
we are endangering
you are endangering
they are endangering
Present Perfect
I have endangered
you have endangered
he/she/it has endangered
we have endangered
you have endangered
they have endangered
Past Continuous
I was endangering
you were endangering
he/she/it was endangering
we were endangering
you were endangering
they were endangering
Past Perfect
I had endangered
you had endangered
he/she/it had endangered
we had endangered
you had endangered
they had endangered
Future
I will endanger
you will endanger
he/she/it will endanger
we will endanger
you will endanger
they will endanger
Future Perfect
I will have endangered
you will have endangered
he/she/it will have endangered
we will have endangered
you will have endangered
they will have endangered
Future Continuous
I will be endangering
you will be endangering
he/she/it will be endangering
we will be endangering
you will be endangering
they will be endangering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been endangering
you have been endangering
he/she/it has been endangering
we have been endangering
you have been endangering
they have been endangering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been endangering
you will have been endangering
he/she/it will have been endangering
we will have been endangering
you will have been endangering
they will have been endangering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been endangering
you had been endangering
he/she/it had been endangering
we had been endangering
you had been endangering
they had been endangering
Conditional
I would endanger
you would endanger
he/she/it would endanger
we would endanger
you would endanger
they would endanger
Past Conditional
I would have endangered
you would have endangered
he/she/it would have endangered
we would have endangered
you would have endangered
they would have endangered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.endanger - pose a threat toendanger - pose a threat to; present a danger to; "The pollution is endangering the crops"
exist, be - have an existence, be extant; "Is there a God?"
2.endanger - put in a dangerous, disadvantageous, or difficult position
affect, bear upon, impact, bear on, touch on, touch - have an effect upon; "Will the new rules affect me?"
compromise - expose or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute; "The nuclear secrets of the state were compromised by the spy"

endanger

verb put at risk, risk, threaten, compromise, hazard, jeopardize, imperil, put in danger, expose to danger This debate could endanger the peace talks.
save, protect, guard, defend, secure, preserve, safeguard

endanger

verb
To subject to danger or destruction:
Translations
يُعَرِّضُ لِلخَطَريُعَرِّضُ للخَطَر، يَضَعُ في خَطَر
ohrozit
bringe i fare
vaarantaa
ugroziti
stofna í hættu
危険にさらす
위험에 빠뜨리다
nykstančios rūšysstatyti į pavojų
apdraudēt
ogrožati
utsätta för fara
ทำให้อยู่ในอันตราย
tehlikeye atmaktehlikeye atmak/sokmak
gây nguy hiểm

endanger

[ɪnˈdeɪndʒəʳ] VT [+ life, health, position] → poner en peligro
an endangered species [of animal] → una especie en peligro de extinción

endanger

[ɪnˈdeɪndʒər] vt [+ person, life] → mettre en danger; [+ safety, security] → compromettre; [+ health] → mettre en danger; [+ prospects] → compromettreendangered species nespèce f en voie de disparition

endanger

vtgefährden

endanger

[ɪnˈdeɪndʒəʳ] vtmettere in pericolo
to endanger one's life → mettere a repentaglio la propria vita
an endangered species (of animal) → una specie in via di estinzione

endanger

(inˈdeindʒə) verb
to put in danger. Drunk drivers endanger the lives of others.
endangered ˈspecies noun
a type of animal or plant that is in danger of becoming extinct.

endanger

يُعَرِّضُ لِلخَطَر ohrozit bringe i fare gefährden θέτω σε κίνδυνο poner en peligro vaarantaa mettre en danger ugroziti mettere in pericolo 危険にさらす 위험에 빠뜨리다 in gevaar brengen utsette for fare narazić na niebezpieczeństwo pôr em risco подвергать опасности utsätta för fara ทำให้อยู่ในอันตราย tehlikeye atmak gây nguy hiểm 危及

endanger

v. poner en peligro;
v. arriesgarse.
References in classic literature ?
Emma was gratified, to observe such a proof in her of strengthened character, and refrained from any allusion that might endanger its maintenance.
Lecount could be kept in ignorance of her master's visits to North Shingles, so long she would wait until the opportunity came for trying her experiment, and so long she might be trusted not to endanger the conspiracy by any further proceedings.
I was swept away, but not unkindly, to some distance, where the people around me made me stay; urging, as I confusedly perceived, that he was bent on going, with help or without, and that I should endanger the precautions for his safety by troubling those with whom they rested.