- Put (someone or something) into a situation in which there is a danger of loss, harm, or failure: a devaluation of the dollar would jeopardize New York’s position as a financial centreMore example sentences
threaten, endanger, imperil, menace, risk, put at risk, expose to risk, put in danger, expose to danger, put in jeopardy, put on the line; leave vulnerable, leave unprotected; compromise, prejudice, be prejudicial to; be a danger to, pose a threat to; damage, injure, harm, do harm to, be detrimental to, drive a nail into the coffin of• archaic peril
- Beckham's ego, in contrast, is in danger of undermining and jeopardising England's potential as a team.
- They have to ensure contracts for services are completed in time because failure could jeopardise the award.
- Failure to provide this information to your insurer could jeopardize claims for damage or theft.