Synonyms of 'jeopardize'
to put (something) at riskThe talks may still be jeopardized by disputes.
This debate could endanger the peace talks.
The new species of butterfly threaten the indigenous population.
put at risk,
put in jeopardy,
She risked her life to help a woman.
Are you prepared to gamble your career on this matter?
He could not believe that the man would have hazarded his grandson.
The state retained the latent capability to menace people's security.
You imperilled the lives of other road users with your driving.
put on the line
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in the sense of gamble
to risk or bet (something) on the outcome of an event or sportAre you prepared to gamble your career on this matter?
in the sense of hazard
to riskHe could not believe that the man would have hazarded his grandson.
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