damage


damage
I
n.
harm

1) to cause, do damage to; to inflict damage on

2) to suffer, sustain damage

3) to repair, undo damage

4) grave, great, extensive, irreparable, serious, severe; lasting, permanent; light, slight; widespread damage

5) fire; flood; material; property; structural damage

6) brain damage (irreversible brain damage)

7) damage from (damage from the fire)

8) damage to (was there much damage to the car? the damage done to the house was extensive; grave damage to one's reputation)

II
v.

1) to damage badly

2) easily damaged

* * *
['dæmɪdʒ]
do damage to
extensive
irreparable
lasting
permanent
severe
structural damage
sustain damage
to inflict damage on
undo damage
widespread damage
['harm']l.
easily damaged
to cause
to repair
to suffer
to damage badly
brain damage (irreversible brain damage)
damage to (was there much damage to the car? the damage done to the house was extensive; grave damage to one's reputation)
damage from (damage from the fire)

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