[en-deyn-jeyr] /ɛnˈdeɪn dʒeɪr/
verb (used with object)
to expose to ; imperil:
It was foolish to endanger your life in that way.
(transitive) to put in danger or peril; imperil
1640s, from endanger + -ment.
late 15c., from en- (1) “make, put in” + danger. Related: Endangered; endangering. Endangered species first recorded 1964.
[en-dan-jee-ahy-tis] /ˌɛn dæn dʒiˈaɪ tɪs/ noun, Pathology. 1. an inflammation of the innermost lining of a blood vessel. endangiitis end·an·gi·i·tis or end·an·ge·i·tis (ěn’dān-jē-ī’tĭs) or en·do·an·gi·i·tis (ěn’dō-ān’jē-) n. An inflammation of the tunica intima of a blood vessel. Also called endovasculitis.
[en-dey-awr-tahy-tis] /ˌɛn deɪ ɔrˈtaɪ tɪs/ noun, Pathology. 1. an inflammation of the innermost lining of the . endaortitis end·a·or·ti·tis (ěn’dā-ôr-tī’tĭs) n. Inflammation of the intima of the aorta.
[en-dahrk] /ˈɛn dɑrk/ adjective, Botany. 1. (of a primary xylem or root) developing from the periphery; having the oldest cells closest to the core. /ˈɛndˌɑːk/ adjective 1. (botany) (of a xylem strand) having the first-formed xylem internal to that formed later Compare exarch1
noun, Football. 1. a play on offense in which an end, after running into the backfield, takes a handoff and attempts to run around the opposite end of the line.