Definition of 'jeopardize'
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`I doubt whether there's a man here tonight who wouldn't willingly jeopardize his marriage just to spend one night with her. ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH' (1994)Llewelyn wanted an alliance with her father, would do nothing to jeopardize it. HERE BE DRAGONS (1994)`You can't afford to allow your personal feelings to jeopardize the operation, Marlette," Pruitt warned him. THE DEVIL'S DOOR (1994)
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British English: jeopardize VERB
To jeopardize a situation or activity means to do something that may destroy it or cause it to fail.
He has jeopardized the future of his government.
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