pose a threat to; present a danger to
- Austria explained why further reductions would jeopardise the Bank's viability.
- Permitting any delay in this respect would jeopardise the process of State Aid control.
- Such measures may not jeopardise the proper monitoring of intra-Community transactions.
- There shall be no indication of any problem that might jeopardise the safety of laboratory personnel.
- jeopardise the security or public order of a Member State or otherwise prejudice its general welfare.
- The fees levied by the Agency should not jeopardise the competitiveness of the European industries concerned.
- Any other interpretation would jeopardise the region's authority in tax matters.
- to do so would jeopardise the success of investigations under way or the safety of individuals.
- jeopardise the success of a current investigation or a criminal intelligence operation or the safety of individuals;
- One of the conditions for applying this agreement was that abolishing internal borders should not jeopardise State security.
- This is to ensure that selective aid does not jeopardise past and future investments in other networks.
- This notice shall only be provided where it does not jeopardise the control to be carried out.
- That notice shall only be provided where it does not jeopardise the verification to be carried out.
- They shall abstain from any measure which could jeopardise the attainment of the objectives of this Treaty’.
- jeopardise the success of a current investigation or a criminal intelligence operation or the safety of individuals; or