Definition of compromising in English:

compromising

Line breaks: com|prom|is¦ing
Pronunciation: /ˈkɒmprəmʌɪzɪŋ
 
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adjective

(Of information or a situation) revealing an embarrassing or incriminating secret about someone: compromising letters and blackmail he was found in a compromising position
More example sentences
  • He then approached the steel door the guards were protecting and, with the help of his wife's code scrambler, opened the door, only to find his only lead in a very compromising situation.
  • ‘The most harmful thing is an ‘accidental’ leak of compromising information.’
  • He put himself out in front of the cameras of the whole world in very compromising situations.

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