detrimental

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} zararlı

Bir kaşık şeker veya küçük bir parça tam buğday ekmeği yerseniz, ekmek daha az zararlı olacaktır. - If you eat a spoonful of sugar or a small piece of whole wheat bread, it seems that the bread would be less detrimental.

Tom'un stresli işi sağlığı üzerinde zararlı bir etkiye sahiptir. - Tom's stressful job is having a detrimental effect on his health.

Zarar verici, zararlı, muzır
(sıfat) zararlı
zarar veren
detrimental to
e zararlı
detrimental to
zararlı
detrimental rust
zararlı pas
detrimental rust
zarar verici pas
detrimental to
-e zararlı
detriment
zarar

Yetersiz eğitim politikası Japonya için zararlıdır. - The poor educational policy is a detriment to Japan.

Bir kaşık şeker veya küçük bir parça tam buğday ekmeği yerseniz, ekmek daha az zararlı olacaktır. - If you eat a spoonful of sugar or a small piece of whole wheat bread, it seems that the bread would be less detrimental.

detriment
hasar
detriment
muzır
detriment
zararlı

Tom'un stresli işi sağlığı üzerinde zararlı bir etkiye sahiptir. - Tom's stressful job is having a detrimental effect on his health.

Yetersiz eğitim politikası Japonya için zararlıdır. - The poor educational policy is a detriment to Japan.

detriment
muhatara
detriment
{i} zarar, ziyan
detrimentally
zararlı bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
Causing damage or harm

Smoking tobacco can be detrimental to your health.

{a} causing loss, hurtful, injurious
Causing damage or harm; injurious
(sometimes followed by `to') causing harm or injury; "damaging to career and reputation"; "the reporter's coverage resulted in prejudicial publicity for the defendant"
Causing detriment; injurious; hurtful
{s} damaging, injurious, harmful
Something that is detrimental to something else has a harmful or damaging effect on it. foods suspected of being detrimental to health = harmful. causing harm or damage = damaging detrimental to
lossful
detriment
something that causes damage, depreciation, or loss
detriment
{n} a loss, hurt, damage, weakness, duty
detriment
a damage or loss
detriment
A planet is weaker and in its detriment when it is in the sign opposing that which it rules
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If something happens without detriment to a person or thing, it does not harm or damage them. harm or damage to the detriment of sth (=resulting in harm or damage to something) (detrimentum, from deterere )
detriment
A charge made to students and barristers for incidental repairs of the rooms they occupy
detriment
(det'-ri-ment) Used sometimes to describe the moon on the wane or in eclipse
detriment
A planet is weaker and in its detriment when it is in the sign opposing that which it rules For example, Mars is in detriment when placed in Libra, the opposite of Aries, or Taurus, the opposite of Scorpio
detriment
When a planet is in the sign which is opposite the sign of its dignity, it is said to be in detriment A planet is detriment is weakened, because the sign's characteristics are not in affinity with the natural expression of the planetary energy Example: Mars is in its detriment in Libra See also Dignity, Exaltation and Fall
detriment
harm, hurt, damage
detriment
If something happens to the detriment of something or to a person's detriment, it causes harm or damage to them. Children spend too much time on schoolwork, to the detriment of other activities
detriment
To do injury to; to hurt
detriment
{i} damage, harm, injury
detriment
That which injures or causes damage; mischief; harm; diminution; loss; damage; used very generically; as, detriments to property, religion, morals, etc
detrimentally
harmfully, damagingly, injuriously
detrimentally
In a detrimental manner
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