jeopardise


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jeopardise


Past participle: jeopardised
Gerund: jeopardising

Imperative
jeopardise
jeopardise
Present
I jeopardise
you jeopardise
he/she/it jeopardises
we jeopardise
you jeopardise
they jeopardise
Preterite
I jeopardised
you jeopardised
he/she/it jeopardised
we jeopardised
you jeopardised
they jeopardised
Present Continuous
I am jeopardising
you are jeopardising
he/she/it is jeopardising
we are jeopardising
you are jeopardising
they are jeopardising
Present Perfect
I have jeopardised
you have jeopardised
he/she/it has jeopardised
we have jeopardised
you have jeopardised
they have jeopardised
Past Continuous
I was jeopardising
you were jeopardising
he/she/it was jeopardising
we were jeopardising
you were jeopardising
they were jeopardising
Past Perfect
I had jeopardised
you had jeopardised
he/she/it had jeopardised
we had jeopardised
you had jeopardised
they had jeopardised
Future
I will jeopardise
you will jeopardise
he/she/it will jeopardise
we will jeopardise
you will jeopardise
they will jeopardise
Future Perfect
I will have jeopardised
you will have jeopardised
he/she/it will have jeopardised
we will have jeopardised
you will have jeopardised
they will have jeopardised
Future Continuous
I will be jeopardising
you will be jeopardising
he/she/it will be jeopardising
we will be jeopardising
you will be jeopardising
they will be jeopardising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been jeopardising
you have been jeopardising
he/she/it has been jeopardising
we have been jeopardising
you have been jeopardising
they have been jeopardising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been jeopardising
you will have been jeopardising
he/she/it will have been jeopardising
we will have been jeopardising
you will have been jeopardising
they will have been jeopardising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been jeopardising
you had been jeopardising
he/she/it had been jeopardising
we had been jeopardising
you had been jeopardising
they had been jeopardising
Conditional
I would jeopardise
you would jeopardise
he/she/it would jeopardise
we would jeopardise
you would jeopardise
they would jeopardise
Past Conditional
I would have jeopardised
you would have jeopardised
he/she/it would have jeopardised
we would have jeopardised
you would have jeopardised
they would have jeopardised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.jeopardise - pose a threat tojeopardise - 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?"
Translations
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jeopardy

(ˈdʒepədi) noun
danger.
ˈjeopardize, ˈjeopardise verb
to put in danger. Bad spelling could jeopardize your chances of passing the exam.
References in classic literature ?
By destroying these particular instincts, that is to say by attempting to masculinise woman, and to feminise men, we jeopardise the future of our people.
'The Penang state government wants to reiterate our earlier position that any new airport proposal must not jeopardise the role and function of the Penang International Airport and the future development of the state,' Chow said in a statement.
Pregnancy and baby benefit will not jeopardise immigration status.
Trampling on the space reserved for provinces, Justice Baqar maintained that it would jeopardise collective odyssey towards provincial autonomy, as witnessed in the unanimous approval of the 18th Amendment of the Constitution.
Others that are totally ignorant who jeopardise everything these guys stand for!" Philip Robson: "Keep up the good work Dark Justice and if the courts can't see a good thing when it's in front of them well they need to wake up."
would do or take jeopardise is "I have already passed three tests prior to this.
"This is not the behaviour we expect of Boeing and could indeed jeopardise our future relationship with Boeing," Sir Michael said on a visit to Belfast.
Serbia is determined to join European Union despite the bloc's "problems" but will do nothing to jeopardise its good relations with Russia, Foreign Minister Ivica Dacic said.
"We believe we must act with care to ensure we do not jeopardise the criminal or judicial process, nor the lawful interests of others, such as the borrowers with whom we have contractual relationships."
STALLING development of a peace centre at the former paramilitary prison is a mistake that could jeopardise jobs and the peace process.
Global Banking News-February 27, 2013--Cash crunch might jeopardise Co-operative Bank's planned acquisition of Lloyds branches(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
MICHAEL LAUDRUP has dismissed talk of dressing room unrest at Swansea and insists it will not jeopardise their Premier League campaign.