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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} zarar ver

Kirlilik dünyamıza zarar veriyor. - Pollution is damaging our earth.

Tom kendi ününe zarar veriyor. - Tom is damaging his reputation.

zararlı

Sınırlayıcı uygulamalar sanayiler için zararlı olabilir. - Restrictive practices can be damaging for industries.

Bu son derece zararlı olabilir. - This can be extremely damaging.

zarar görmüş
{s} zarar verici

Çevresel olarak zarar verici projeler sistematik olarak terk edilmelidir. - Environmentally damaging projects should be abandoned systematically.

(Tekstil) avarya, hasar
{s} kötü etkisi olan
olumsuz
zarar veren
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zarar vermek

Bilim adamları bir gecede bir bardak kırmızı şarap sağlığa zarar vermek için yeterlidir diyor. - One glass of red wine a night is enough to damage health, say scientists.

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hasar

Kuraklık dönemi ürüne ciddi hasar verdi. - The spell of drought did severe damage to the harvest.

Gemi hasarlı değildi. - The ship was not damaged.

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zarar

Çatı fırtınadan zarar görmüştü. - The roof was damaged by the storm.

Zararı ödemeyi reddettikleri için mahkemeye gittik. - We went to court when they refused to pay for the damage.

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hasar yapmak bozmak
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{f} bozmak
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{f} hasara uğratmak
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{i} k.dili. masraf, fiyat
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dili masraf
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fiyat
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maliyet/zarar
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{f} değerini düşürmek
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(Tekstil) avarya, hasar
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(Tıp) zedelenme
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hasar vermek
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(Biyokimya) yara
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(Biyokimya) bere
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(Ticaret) zarar ziyan
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zedelemek
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muhatara
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zarara sokmak
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(Osmanlıca) izrar
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(Tıp) damaj
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(Ticaret) değer kaybı
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zarara uğratmak
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dokunca
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ziyan

Tom zarar ziyan için para ödemek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to pay for damages.

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{f} zarar ver

Tom tayfunun evine zarar vermesinden korkuyordu. - Tom was afraid that the typhoon would damage his house.

Kuraklık oradaki tüm ürünlere zarar verdi. - The drought damaged all the crops there.

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{i} maliyet
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{i} masraf
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{f} hasar yapmak
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hasarı
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hasarları
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excessive and damaging exploitation
aşırı ve zararlı istismar
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(Askeri) HASAR: Bir eşyanın kıymetine veya işe yararlık derecesine zarar veren durum. Bir mal, dış görünüşü bakımından hasara uğrayabilir veya işe yararlılık süresi değişebilirse de, yine hizmete elverişli kalabilir veya daha az işe yarar bir duruma girebilir. Bknz. "nuclear damage (land warfare) "
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{f} hasar ver

Patlama binaya büyük bir hasar verdi. - The explosion did a lot of damage to the building.

Sel köye büyük hasar verdi. - The flood did the village extensive damage.

İngilizce - İngilizce
Harmful, injurious, describing something that causes damage

The politician resigned after damaging information was revealed.

Present participle of damage
(sometimes followed by `to') causing harm or injury; "damaging to career and reputation"; "the reporter's coverage resulted in prejudicial publicity for the defendant
designed or tending to discredit, especially without positive or helpful suggestions; "negative criticism"
{s} harmful; deleterious; causing damage or harm; capable of causing loss; prejudicial; negative
damaging each other
{i} harming each other; causing damage one to another
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To make something less intact or even destroy it; to harm or cause destruction

Be careful not to damage any of the fragile items while unpacking them.

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something that is broken is damaged Damage is thus the physical harm caused to an object
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The measure of how much health a Pokémon has lost When the amount of damage on a Pokémon exceeds its HP, that Pokémon is Knocked Out
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Damage is physical harm that is caused to an object. The blast caused extensive damage to the house Many professional boxers end their careers with brain damage
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To damage an object means to break it, spoil it physically, or stop it from working properly. He maliciously damaged a car with a baseball bat The sun can damage your skin
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{f} cause harm, cause injury
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The damage component measures the amount of harm that a given threat might inflict This measurement includes triggered events, clogging email servers, deleting or modifying files, releasing confidential information, performance degradation, errors in the virus code, compromising security settings, and the ease with which the damage may be fixed
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{i} injury, harm; (Slang) expense, cost (e.g., "What is the damage for the drinks we had at the bar?")
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(Dmg) = a measure of how damaging an attack is
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the occurrence of a change for the worse
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Tolerance - A measure of the ability of structures to retain load-carrying capability after exposure to sudden loads for example, ballistic impact
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Damage is the severity of injury or the physical, functional, or monetary loss that could result if control of a hazard is lost
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Damage consists of the unpleasant effects that something has on a person, situation, or type of activity. Incidents of this type cause irreparable damage to relations with the community
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Physical, psychiatric or economic loss or harm arising out of a wrongful act or omission
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any reduction in the intended use or value of a biological or physical resource For example, economic production, ecological structure or function, aesthetic value, or biological or genetic diversity that may be altered by a pollutant
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{v} to injure, hurt, mar, impair, spoil
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{n} mischief, hurt, loss, injury
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Any material or bodily loss or harm
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inflict damage upon; "The snow damaged the roof"; "She damaged the car when she hit the tree"
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a legal injury is any damage resulting from a violation of a legal right
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Cost or expense
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loss of military equipment
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A problem such as scratches, nicks, holes, harsh cleaning, pitting, etc which lowers the value of a numismatic item
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can be monitored and reduced by including a small data logger with the cargo, which can subsequently be downloaded to a PC Models range in scope from pure shock recording up to logging impacts (in 3 dimensions), temperature and humidity against time Packaging and shipping methods can be optimized, and blame for damage more accurately attributed Eg: Cargowatch (Synpack)
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the act of damaging something or someone
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Loss or harm resulting from injury to a person, to property, or to someone's reputation
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When one Pokémon attacks another, it will usually cause damage If a Pokémon has total damage greater than or equal to its Hit Points, it is Knocked Out
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To receive damage or harm; to be injured or impaired in soundness or value; as, some colors in cloth damage in sunlight
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The estimated reparation in money for detriment or injury sustained; a compensation, recompense, or satisfaction to one party, for a wrong or injury actually done to him by another
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Refers to primary containers that have been water damaged, fire damaged, crushed, or subject to insect or rodent infestation Damage may result from the overpacking of containers Examples of secondary container damage include smeared writing on a bag, tears or punctures of a bag, or ink that is causing chemical deterioration of a bag (thinning and yellowing of the container)
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A monetary compensation, which may be recovered in the courts by any person who has suffered a loss, detriment, or injury, whether to his person (body), property, or rights, through the unlawful act, or failure to act, of another A sum of money awarded to a person injured by another
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the act of damaging something or someone loss of military equipment the occurrence of a change for the worse inflict damage upon; "The snow damaged the roof"; "She damaged the car when she hit the tree
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You can do damage to your opponent, which forces him or her to discard cards from the top of his or her deck You can also damage a Creature in play If the total damage a Creature takes during the game is greater than or equal to its Health, it's discarded (Use counters to keep track of damage that's less than the Creature's Health )
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Damage and wear can take many forms, and therefore these definition are not exact or exhaustive, but are meant to give a general idea of what we usually mean by damage versus wear Damage includes chips, cracks, glaze flakes, glaze scratches, hairline cracks, etc , that were not caused during the manufacturing process If a defect was caused during the manufacturing process, we instead consider it a Manufacturing Flaw or Defect When we say that a piece has damage, we are always speaking of damage that happened after the piece left the factory, and not of damage that occurred in the factory, as best as we can determine by examination Wear might be considered a form of damage by some, however we will distinguish wear from damage where damage implies some sort of breakage Wear of glaze or ceramic includes light surface scratching, evidence of rubbing, paint or applied gold that as worn off or flaked, corrosion, stains, mineral or other deposits
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The abstract measure of something not being intact; harm
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can be monitored and reduced by including a small data logger with the cargo, which can subsequently be downloaded to a PC Models range in scope -->from--> pure shock recording -->up to--> logging impacts (in 3 dimensions), temperature and humidity against time Packaging and shipping methods can be optimized, and blame for damage more accurately attributed Eg: Cargowatch (Synpack)
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Injury or harm to person, property, or reputation; an inflicted loss of value; detriment; hurt; mischief
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any defects or problems that affect a coin after it is struck
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A deterioration in the quality of the environment not directly attributable to depletion or pollution
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Fabric that is torn or burned, or other parts of the balloon that are in serious need of repair If a balloon is damaged during the Event, it may be repaired Damaged components may be replaced or repaired, except that a complete envelope may be replaced only at the discretion of the Director Any damage to a balloon affecting its airworthiness must be reported to the Director before it is entered for a further task, and the balloon may only be flown after his approval of any repairs Penalty: up to disqualification from the task 3 5
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To damage something means to cause it to become less good, pleasant, or successful. Jackson doesn't want to damage his reputation as a political personality = harm + damaging dam·ag·ing Is the recycling process in itself damaging to the environment? = harmful
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You can damage to your opponent, which forces them to discard cards from the top of their deck You can also damage a Creature in play If the total damage a Creature takes during the game is greater than or equal to its Health, it's discarded (You can use counters to keep track of the damage each of your creatures has taken )
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harm to structures, animals , or humans during earthquakes and /or volcanos DIATOMITE a very light, white rock that contains dioatoms (one-celled plants) DRIFT referring to the movement of continets over time
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the amount of money needed to purchase something; "the price of gasoline"; "he got his new car on excellent terms"; "how much is the damage?"
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To occasion damage to the soundness, goodness, or value of; to hurt; to injure; to impair
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Physical change to a numismatic item, such as a scratch, nick, ding, cleaning, hole or pitting
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If a court of law awards damages to someone, it orders money to be paid to them by a person who has damaged their reputation or property, or who has injured them. He was vindicated in court and damages were awarded
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in a harmful manner, in an injurious manner
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