In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1in jeopardy — en peligro
- to put / place sth in jeopardy — arriesgar / hacer peligrar algo
- Introduce private sector firms operating speed cameras and the integrity of the law will be in grave jeopardy.
- A vital village transport link is in jeopardy due to a lack of people using it.
- If the money doesn't start flowing soon, the country's very future will be in jeopardy.
- All that we have achieved, and all that we aspire to, are in mortal jeopardy.
- But this option is in real jeopardy due to union opposition and especially a misguided court decision last summer.
- We are in grave jeopardy of suffering the same kind of attacks that they experienced in London.
- You mentioned the triple jeopardy that you feel officers are subject to, and police staff are subject to.
- Five Dem incumbents there are in jeopardy due to a GOP redistricting plan.
- The future of a top water-skiing club could be in jeopardy if plans for a new housing development are approved by Selby councillors.
- He dismissed any notion that he was in jeopardy of losing.
- In jeopardy are the achievements of a quarter of a century of dogged work to establish a strong, peaceful British Muslim community.
- They are, as Greene has phrased it, in triple jeopardy.
- Farmers in the area have been severely put out by the announcement and the future supply of their milk to Glanbia is in jeopardy.
- But his plans are put in jeopardy when he meets an equally competitive female player.
- Sadly this will set a very destructive precedent, which could place the future of our liberty in grave jeopardy.
- The allegations have put her career and her five medals from the 2000 games in jeopardy.
- There is no question of double jeopardy, as asserted by some community groups.
- The accident put his baseball career in immediate jeopardy.
- He also pointed out that a further 300 spin off jobs from the Marino Point plant could be in jeopardy if it was closed.
- All children from marginalised populations face this double jeopardy.
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