harm

listen to the pronunciation of harm
Englisch - Türkisch
zarar

Maddelerin bazıları, özellikle eğer hamile iseniz, zararlıdır. - Some of the ingredients are harmful, especially if you are pregnant.

Sosyal ağlarda zararsız bir kişi gibi görünen bir katil olabilir. - There may be a killer who looks harmless in any social network.

{i} hasar
{i} felâket
{i} kötülük

Hiç kimse sana kötülük etmeyecek. - No one will harm you.

O iyilikten çok kötülük yapar. - It does more harm than good.

{f} zarar ver

Sigara içmek çok zarar verir ama hiç fayda vermez. - Smoking does much harm but no good.

Televizyonun çocuklara zarar verdiğini düşünüyor musunuz? - Do you think television does children harm?

{f} incitmek

Seni asla incitmek istemedim. - I never wanted to harm you.

Tom'u incitmek isteyecek birinin farkında mısın? - Are you aware of anyone who would want to harm Tom?

{f} kötülük etmek
{f} zarar vermek

Sana zarar vermek için bir şey yapmayacağıma sana söz veriyorum. - I promise you I won't do anything to harm you.

Size zarar vermek istemiyoruz. - We don't mean you any harm.

halel getirmek
fenalık etmek
fena yapmak
kötülük yapmak
zarara sokmak
zararı olmak
dokunca
zeval vermek
zararı dokunmak
fenalık yapmak
ziyan
(Askeri) yüksek süratli antiradyasyon füzesi (high-speed antiradiation missile)
(Askeri) ZARAR, FENALIK
bere
zedelemek
dokunmak
hasar vermek
bira mayası
harmful
zararlı

TV aklınızı pasif durumda tutması bakımından zararlıdır. - TV is harmful in that it keeps your mind in a passive state.

Maddelerin bazıları, özellikle eğer hamile iseniz, zararlıdır. - Some of the ingredients are harmful, especially if you are pregnant.

harmless
zararsız

Ses rahatsız edici ama insan vücudu için zararsızdı. - The sound was annoying but harmless to the human body.

Tom tamamen zararsız. - Tom is completely harmless.

harm reduction
zarar azaltma
harm avoidance
zarardan kaçınma
harm's way
tehlikeye yol
harm sb's reputation
itibarına zarar vermek
harm the environment
çevreye zarar vermek
harm the environment
çevreyi kirletmek
harmful
tahriş edici
harmful
ziyankar
harmless
kendi halinde
harmless
{s} masum
intend to harm
zarar vermek istemek
self harm
kendine zarar vermek
there is no harm in that
zarar yok
wish harm on another
kötülük beslemek
cause harm to
zarara yolaç
harmful
fena
hot harm a hair of sb's head
birinin kılına bile dokunmamak
out of harm's way
emniyette
out of harm's way
tehlikeden uzak
Harmful
zararlıdır
actual bodily harm
basit yaralama
exposure to liable harm
sorumlu zarar maruz kalma
give harm
Zarar vermek
go out; beat, harm; swim with vigor
dışarı çıkmak, dövmek, zarar vermek; gayretle yüzmek
harmfulness
zararlilik
harmless
zararsı
harmlessly
zarar vermeden
harmlessness
zararsızlık
no harm done
hayır zarar bitmiş
not harm, hurt a fly
karıncayı bile incitmemek
self harm
kendine zarar verme
self-harm
kendine zarar vermek
suggesting imminent harm
yakın zarar düşündüren
take harm
zarar almak
to harm
zarar
undo the harm that has been done
yapılan zararı telafi etmek
bring harm
zarar getirmek
cause harm
(Kanun) zarara neden olmak
cause harm to
zarara yolaçmak
cause to harm
(Kanun) zarara neden olmak
chemical harm
(Tıp) kimyasal hasar
do as much harm as possible
etmediğini bırakmamak
do as much harm as possible
etmediğini komamak
do harm
zarar vermek
do harm
fenalık etmek
financial harm
(Kanun) mali zarar
harmful
kötü
harmful
dokuncalı
harmful
muzır

Bunlar muzır görüntülerdir. - These are harmful views.

harmful
ziyankarlık
harmful
harmfully zarar verecek şekilde
harmful
harm fulness zararlılık
harmfully
zararlı bir şekilde
harmfulness
muzırlık
harmfulness
zararlılık
harmfulness
(isim) zararlılık
harmless
{s} zararı dokunmayan
harmless
{s} suçsuz
harmless
harmlessness zararsızlık
harmless
{s} temiz kalpli
harmless
{s} saf
harmless
dokuncasız
harmless
harmlessly zararsız bir şekilde
harmlessly
masum bir şekilde
harmlessness
{i} zararı dokunmama
intentional harm
bilerek zarar verme
intentional harm
kasti zarar
intentional harm
kasti hasar
keep someone out of harm's way
kötülüklerden uzak tutmak
mechanical harm
(Tıp) mekanik zedelenme
out of harm's way
emniyette, emin yerde
social harm
sosyal zarar
thermal harm
(Tıp) termal hasar
undo the harm that has
yapılan zararı telafi etmek
would not harm a fly
karıncayı bile incitmez
would not harm a fly
(Konuşma Dili) karıncayı bile ezmez
would not harm a fly
(Konuşma Dili) sineği bile öldürmez
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) İşinde çabuk çabuk olmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Davara yük vurmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kat'etmek
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Muhkem etmek, sağlamlaştırmak
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Udul etmek
HARMED
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kokusu ve rengi değişen
HARMED
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Kara balçık
Englisch - Englisch
That which causes injury, damage, or loss
To cause injury to another; to hurt; to cause damage to something
Injury; hurt; damage; detriment; misfortune
{f} cause damage, injure
{i} damage, injury; evil, wickedness, badness; bad, wrong
{v} to hurt, injure
{n} injury, mischief
missile that zeroes in on and targets sources of radar waves
To harm a thing, or sometimes a person, means to damage them or make them less effective or successful than they were. a warning that the product may harm the environment = damage, ruin
US-built AGM 88A high-speed antiradiation missile used against air defenses
If someone is put in harm's way, they are caused to be in a dangerous situation. These men were never told how they'd been put in harm's way
High aspect ratio micromachining
cause or do harm to; "These pills won't harm your system
If you say that there is no harm done, you are telling someone not to worry about something that has happened because it has not caused any serious injury or damage. There, now, you're all right. No harm done
To hurt; to injure; to damage; to wrong
Harm is the damage to something which is caused by a particular course of action. To cut taxes would probably do the economy more harm than good
any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc
Damage or detriment Within the context of the Act's exceptions to disclosure, "harm" is the term used to refer to the injury to a particular public or private interest that could occur as the result of the disclosure of certain types of information in records in the custody or under the control of a public body The harm must be specific to the context of the request The general test for harm under the Act is whether there is a reasonable expectation of harm flowing from disclosure of the specific information at issue
Defined in regulations implementing the ESA as an act "which actually kills or injures" listed wildlife Harm may include "significant habitat modifications or degradation where it actually kills or injures wildlife by significantly impairing essential behavioral patterns including breeding, feeding, or sheltering "
a problem in the status quo constituing a need for a change
That which adversely affects the interests or welfare of an individual or a group This covers: Physical harm, discomfort, anxiety, pain, psychological disturbance and includes social disadvantage (e g ostracism) This can be very difficult to judge and sometimes harm may be experienced as a result of the research, but some time later (eg bad publicity) which renders informed consent problematical
High-Speed Anti-Radiation Missile
If you say that someone or something will come to no harm or that no harm will come to them, you mean that they will not be hurt or damaged in any way. There is always a lifeguard to ensure that no one comes to any harm
the act of damaging something or someone
To harm a person or animal means to cause them physical injury, usually on purpose. The hijackers seemed anxious not to harm anyone. = injure, hurt
High Aspect Ratio MEMS MEMS manufacturing techniques including surface micromachining
If someone or something is out of harm's way, they are in a safe place away from danger or from the possibility of being damaged. For parents, it is an easy way of keeping their children entertained, or simply out of harm's way
high-speed antiradiation missile
A male given name, Low German, derived from Herman, meaning "army man"
cause or do harm to; "These pills won't harm your system"
An act which actually kills or injures wildlife Such acts may include significant habitat modification or degradation when it actually kills or injures wildlife by significantly impairing essential behavioral patterns including breeding, feeding, or sheltering
In the definition of "take" in the Endangered Species Act, harm means an act which actually kills or injures wildlife Such act may include significant habitat modification or degradation where it actually kills or injures wildlife by significantly impairing essential behavioral patterns, including breeding, feeding, or sheltering
the occurrence of a change for the worse
(High-speed Anti-Radiation Missile) -- A high speed missile that seeks out radar stations HDD - Head-Down Display HDU - Hose-Drum Unit HF - High Frequency (3-30 MHz) HIRSS - Helicopter Infra-Red Suppression System HMMWV - High-Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicle HOT - Haut subsonique Optiquement Téléguidé tiré d'un Tube HOTAS - Hands On Throttle And Stick HOTCC - Hands On Throttle, Collective and Cyclic hp - horsepower hr - hour(s) HUD - Head-Up Display HUDWAC - Head-Up Display Weapon Aiming Computer HUDWASS - Head-Up Display Weapon Aiming SubSystem
Harm is physical injury to a person or an animal which is usually caused on purpose. All dogs are capable of doing harm to human beings
If you say it does no harm to do something or there is no harm in doing something, you mean that it might be worth doing, and you will not be blamed for doing it. They are not always willing to take on untrained workers, but there's no harm in asking
charge
dere
harm a process
sabotage a procedure, cause a process to not work properly
harm's way
path of danger or injury
harm's way
A risky position; danger: a place for the children that is out of harm's way; ships that sail into harm's way
harm-doer
person who does damage
actual bodily harm
Hurt or injury which interferes with the health or comfort of the victim and which is more than transient or trifling
grievous bodily harm
Serious physical injury, or the fact of causing such injury
harm.
grill
harmful
of a kind likely to be damaging; injurious

Wear a hat to protect your skin from harmful sunlight.

harmfulness
The characteristic of being harmful

Once his word was pledged, he was safe: otherwise there was no limit to his capacity for wilful harmfulness.

harmless
safe
harmless
not intended to harm; inoffensive
in harm's way
At risk; in the physical or figurative path of danger

In a totalitarian state, the wrong political views easily place you in harm's way.

no harm, no foul
Encapsulation of the idea that although technically a breach of some code or law may have occurred there is no need for punishment, apology or retribution if no actual damage occurred

He parked in my space but as I was away at the time: no harm, no foul.

number needed to harm
The number, statistically, of people who are exposed to something in order that one of them experience some adverse effect thereof
numbers needed to harm
plural form of number needed to harm
out of harm's way
Out of danger; no longer in a combat situation
self-harm
The deliberate non-suicidal injuring of one's body
harmless
innocuous
harmful
{a} hurtful, mischievous, detrimental
harmfully
{a} hurtfully, injuriously, wickedly
harmless
{a} innocent, void of guilt, unhurt, safe
harmlessly
{a} innocently, without hurt
harmlessness
{n} innocence, freedom from hurt
Harmless
innocent
To harm
grieve
actual bodily harm
Actual bodily harm is a criminal offence in which someone gives another person a minor injury
come to no harm
was no hurt, was not injured
do harm
cause damage, injure
grievous bodily harm
If someone is accused of grievous bodily harm, they are accused of causing very serious physical injury to someone. The abbreviation GBH is often used. They were both found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm. serious injury caused by a criminal attack = GBH
harmed
Past tense of to harm
harmed
{s} injured, hurt, having had pain; wounded; damaged; that suffered a loss
harmed
having had pain or loss or suffering inflicted
harmer
{i} person or thing which damages
harmful
{s} deleterious
harmful
{s} injurious, causing damage
harmful
causing or capable of causing harm; "too much sun is harmful to the skin"; "harmful effects of smoking" able or likely to do harm
harmful
injurious to physical or mental health; "noxious chemical wastes"; "noxious ideas"
harmful
causing or capable of causing harm; "too much sun is harmful to the skin"; "harmful effects of smoking"
harmful
contrary to your interests or welfare; "adverse circumstances"; "made a place for themselves under the most untoward conditions"
harmful
able or likely to do harm
harmful
tending to cause great harm
harmful
Full of harm; injurious; hurtful; mischievous
harmful
Something that is harmful has a bad effect on something else, especially on a person's health. the harmful effects of smoking It believed the affair was potentially harmful to British aviation. = damaging harmless. causing or likely to cause harm
harmful
constituting a disadvantage
harmfully
nocuously
harmfully
deleteriously
harmfully
In a harmful manner
harmfully
injuriously, damagingly, hurtfully
harmfulness
destructiveness that causes harm or injury
harmfulness
{i} injuriousness, quality of being harmful
harmfulness
the quality of being noxious
harmfulness
the quality of being noxious destructiveness that causes harm or injury
harmfulness
{i} deleteriousness
harming
present participle of harm
harmless
inoffensive
harmless
not threatening to life or health; not malignant; "a benign tumor is usually harmless" not causing or capable of causing harm; "harmless bacteria"; "rendered the bomb harmless" unlikely to harm or disturb anyone; "harmless old man" not producing any toxic effects
harmless
not causing or capable of causing harm; "harmless bacteria"; "rendered the bomb harmless"
harmless
{s} innocuous, inoffensive, not harmful; uninjured, unharmed
harmless
not threatening to life or health; not malignant; "a benign tumor is usually harmless"
harmless
Free from power or disposition to harm; innocent; inoffensive
harmless
not injurious to physical or mental health
harmless
Free from harm; unhurt; as, to give bond to save another harmless
harmless
If you describe someone or something as harmless, you mean that they are not important and therefore unlikely to annoy other people or cause trouble. He seemed harmless enough I would not want to deny them a harmless pleasure. + harmlessly harm·less·ly It started harmlessly enough, with a statement from the Secretary of State for Social Security
harmless
incapable of causing harm or danger
harmless
not producing any toxic effects
harmless
unlikely to harm or disturb anyone; "harmless old man"
harmless
Something that is harmless does not have any bad effects, especially on people's health. Industry has been working at developing harmless substitutes for these gases This experiment was harmless to the animals. = safe harmful + harmlessly harm·less·ly Another missile exploded harmlessly outside the town
harmlessly
in a harmless manner; "this is a harmlessly childish game"
harmlessly
safely, innocuously, in a harmless manner, without causing injury
harmlessly
in a harmless manner; "this is a harmlessly childish game
harmlessly
In a harmless manner
harmlessness
{i} quality of being harmless, innocuousness, inoffensiveness
harmlessness
The characteristic of being harmless
harmlessness
{i} noninjuriousness
harms
third-person singular of harm
harms
plural of , harm
in a way which might harm
harmfully, in a deleterious manner
mean no harm
not intending to cause harm
no harm done
nothing bad happened, did not cause a problem
out of harm's way
out of danger, out of a risky area
there's no harm in trying
it can't hurt, it can only help, it won't make things worse by trying to better them
harm
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