poškodit, ublížitpoškození, újma, škoda, úhona
Noun(1) any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.(2) the occurrence of a change for the worse(3) the act of damaging something or someone
Verb(1) cause or do harm to
(1) These are just a few among many examples of how the evidence for harm from current air pollution levels is far weaker than ALA claims.(2) Activists feared attacks would only harm a population already devastated by two decades of war and famine.(3) They are not usually considered to be an important part of the vehicle. However these bumpers somehow decrease harm and damage done to your car during any accidents.(4) If pain is inflicted without lasting physical harm , does that make it better or worse?(5) Two reports tonight highlight the Internet's potential for harm .(6) Intravenous drug errors are a potential source of serious harm for patients and risk reduction strategies should be developed accordingly.(7) We accept that freedom of expression has the potential to cause harm to others.(8) An assault is committed where a person inflicts bodily harm on another.(9) While he was not a violent person by nature, he knew that there was within him the potential to do harm to himself or to others.(10) There has been particular concern that she would physically harm the child if allowed access.(11) Once BW agents have fallen to the ground, these are not likely to cause harm in humans, unless through secondary ingestion of contaminated materials.(12) They may believe that they never physically harm anyone but in fact may cause serious psychological damage or pain.(13) Mrs Thelwell secured retrospective planning permission to put up a new staircase and partition wall at Sundial House as councillors accepted the work had not resulted in any material harm .(14) However, in the case of the U.S.-China textile trade, the U.S. imposed the measures before actual harm had taken place.(15) smoking when pregnant can harm your baby(16) Do you think she'd inflict bodily harm on him?
(1) do harm :: ublížit
(2) no harm done :: Nic se nestalo
(3) bodily harm :: ublížení na zdraví
(4) grievous bodily harm :: těžké ublížení na těle
(5) cause harm :: příčinou škod
(6) great harm :: velké škody
(7) more harm than good :: více škody než užitku
1. injury ::
2. evil ::
4. trauma ::
5. damage ::
6. injure ::
7. damage ::
harm, harmed, harmful, harming, harmless, harms
Word Example from TV Shows
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I promise you no HARM
will come to your daughter.
Vikings Season 1, Episode 2
that those who would HARM you
will die screaming.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 10
No! You said no HARM
would come to them if I yielded.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
- What is the HARM if I audition?
- Well, what if you get it?
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 20
You said no HARM would come. Theon, please.
Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 6
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