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Negative OutcomePlay
Use 'jeopardize' to suggest a serious negative result could follow from an action. SlideIgnoring the warning signs could jeopardize the entire project.
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Strong EmotionPlay
Conveys a sense of urgency or strong concern about protecting something valuable. SlideI won't jeopardize my family's safety for anything.
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Context SpecificPlay
Often used in formal or serious contexts, like news reports, professional discussions, or warnings. SlideThe diplomat's mistake could jeopardize the peace talks.