pose a threat to; present a danger to
- Will this stuff jeopardize my health?
- If you ignore the past, you jeopardize the future.
- I don't want anything to jeopardize our friendship.
- I don't want to do anything to jeopardize my friendship with you.
- Moreover the lack of investments in the Community industry may eventually jeopardize its long-term survival.
- This would jeopardize over 100 jobs directly linked to the product concerned.
- Investments shall not be eligible for assistance if they are likely to jeopardize the equilibrium between the fleet size and the corresponding fish resources available.
- Registration would jeopardize the existence of names, trademarks or products as specified in point (c) of Article 7(3) of Regulation (EC) No 510/2006
- Therefore it is considered that the imposition of measures will neither jeopardize the supply of SPT nor restrict competition on the Community market.
- The manufacturer must ensure that the welds show continuous penetration without any deviation of the weld seam, and that they are free from defects likely to jeopardize the safe use of the container.
- The manufacturer must ensure through adequate supervision that the parent materials and pressed parts used to manufacture the containers are free from defects likely to jeopardize the safe use of the containers.
- When undue proximity to another aircraft (RA) is detected by ACAS, the commander or the pilot to whom conduct of the flight has been delegated must ensure that any corrective action indicated by the RA is initiated immediately, unless doing so would jeopardize the safety of the aeroplane.
- The United Kingdom has demonstrated that if more impaired assets were to be transferred to BankCo, this would need to be counterbalanced by an additional capital injection to be provided by the State in order not to jeopardize long-term viability of the bank whilst maintaining limited lending to the real economy.