Jeopardize 1100 Words You Need Week 13 Day 3

Jeopardize 1100 Words You Need

Jeopardize 1100 Words You Need

/ˈdʒep.ə.daɪz/ (verb)

to put something such as a plan or system in danger, endanger, expose, put someone or something at risk, put at risk, put in danger, lay on the line, threaten:

The law requires federal agencies, in consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and/or the NOAA Fisheries Service, to ensure that actions they authorize, fund, or carry out are not likely to jeopardize the continued existence of any listed species or result in the destruction or adverse modification of designated critical habitat of such species. The law also prohibits any action that causes a “taking” of any listed species of endangered fish or wildlife. Likewise, import, export, interstate, and foreign commerce of listed species are all generally prohibited.


We all deserve to let our hair down when we step out of the office. We must remember, however, someone is always watching and that we must protect our professional reputation. Behavior that causes others to question our authenticity can jeopardize our professional reputation. For instance, loud and rowdy behavior with friends during happy hour doesn’t convey professionalism but may leave others wondering who we are.


These statistics might be a little discouraging. But, taking risks can pay off with time, patience, and hard work. To avoid letting risks jeopardize your business, you have to identify and manage potential threats.


Antonym: protect, shelter, shield

Noun: jeopardy

French: compromettre

Farsi: به خطر انداختن

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