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jeop·ard·ize

 (jĕp′ər-dīz′)
tr.v. jeop·ard·ized, jeop·ard·iz·ing, jeop·ard·izes
To expose to loss or injury; imperil. See Synonyms at endanger.
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jeopardize

(ˈdʒɛpəˌdaɪz) or

jeopardise

vb (tr)
1. to risk; hazard: he jeopardized his job by being persistently unpunctual.
2. to put in danger; imperil
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jeop•ard•ize

(ˈdʒɛp ərˌdaɪz)

v.t. -ized, -iz•ing.
to put in jeopardy; hazard; risk; imperil.
[1640–50]
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jeopardize


Past participle: jeopardized
Gerund: jeopardizing

Imperative
jeopardize
jeopardize
Present
I jeopardize
you jeopardize
he/she/it jeopardizes
we jeopardize
you jeopardize
they jeopardize
Preterite
I jeopardized
you jeopardized
he/she/it jeopardized
we jeopardized
you jeopardized
they jeopardized
Present Continuous
I am jeopardizing
you are jeopardizing
he/she/it is jeopardizing
we are jeopardizing
you are jeopardizing
they are jeopardizing
Present Perfect
I have jeopardized
you have jeopardized
he/she/it has jeopardized
we have jeopardized
you have jeopardized
they have jeopardized
Past Continuous
I was jeopardizing
you were jeopardizing
he/she/it was jeopardizing
we were jeopardizing
you were jeopardizing
they were jeopardizing
Past Perfect
I had jeopardized
you had jeopardized
he/she/it had jeopardized
we had jeopardized
you had jeopardized
they had jeopardized
Future
I will jeopardize
you will jeopardize
he/she/it will jeopardize
we will jeopardize
you will jeopardize
they will jeopardize
Future Perfect
I will have jeopardized
you will have jeopardized
he/she/it will have jeopardized
we will have jeopardized
you will have jeopardized
they will have jeopardized
Future Continuous
I will be jeopardizing
you will be jeopardizing
he/she/it will be jeopardizing
we will be jeopardizing
you will be jeopardizing
they will be jeopardizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been jeopardizing
you have been jeopardizing
he/she/it has been jeopardizing
we have been jeopardizing
you have been jeopardizing
they have been jeopardizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been jeopardizing
you will have been jeopardizing
he/she/it will have been jeopardizing
we will have been jeopardizing
you will have been jeopardizing
they will have been jeopardizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been jeopardizing
you had been jeopardizing
he/she/it had been jeopardizing
we had been jeopardizing
you had been jeopardizing
they had been jeopardizing
Conditional
I would jeopardize
you would jeopardize
he/she/it would jeopardize
we would jeopardize
you would jeopardize
they would jeopardize
Past Conditional
I would have jeopardized
you would have jeopardized
he/she/it would have jeopardized
we would have jeopardized
you would have jeopardized
they would have jeopardized
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.jeopardize - pose a threat tojeopardize - 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.jeopardize - put at risk; "I will stake my good reputation for this"
lay on the line, put on the line, risk - expose to a chance of loss or damage; "We risked losing a lot of money in this venture"; "Why risk your life?"; "She laid her job on the line when she told the boss that he was wrong"
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jeopardize

verb endanger, threaten, put at risk, put in jeopardy, risk, expose, gamble, hazard, menace, imperil, put on the line The talks may still be jeopardized by disputes.
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jeopardize

verb
To subject to danger or destruction:
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Translations
ohrozit
bringe i fare
stofna í hættu
tehlikeye atmak/sokmak

jeopardize

[ˈdʒepədaɪz] VT (= endanger) → arriesgar, poner en peligro; (= compromise) → comprometer
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jeopardize

[ˈdʒɛpərdaɪz] vtmettre en péril, compromettre
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jeopardize

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jeopardize

[ˈdʒɛpəˌdaɪz] vtmettere in pericolo, mettere a repentaglio
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

jeopardy

(ˈdʒepədi) noun
danger.
ˈjeopardize, ˈjeopardise verb
to put in danger. Bad spelling could jeopardize your chances of passing the exam.
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