Sentences with «jeopardise»

« In other words, the 'Renaissance' was already a European phenomenon by the end of the 15th century, so that even the end of Italian independence did not jeopardise the intellectual, commercial and artistic achievements that had originally flourished in Italy. »
« Disclosures about past partners are often remembered and jeopardise the current relationship," says psychotherapist Helmering. »
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