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endanger

verb en·dan·ger \in-ˈdān-jər, en-\

: to cause (someone or something) to be in a dangerous place or situation

en·dan·gereden·dan·ger·ing\-ˈdānj-riŋ, -ˈdān-jə-\

Full Definition of ENDANGER

transitive verb
:  to bring into danger or peril <recklessly endangering innocent lives>
intransitive verb
:  to create a dangerous situation <driving to endanger>
en·dan·ger·ment \-ˈdān-jər-mənt\ noun
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Examples of ENDANGER

  1. Parents feared that the dog could endanger their children.
  2. The severe drought has endangered crops throughout the area.

First Known Use of ENDANGER

1964
ENDANGERMENT Defined for Kids

endanger

verb en·dan·ger \in-ˈdān-jər\
en·dan·gereden·dan·ger·ing

Definition of ENDANGER for Kids

:  to expose to possible harm :  risk

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