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  1. harm

    • IPA[härm]

    美式

    • n.
      physical injury, especially that which is deliberately inflicted;material damage
    • v.
      physically injure;damage the health of
    • verb: harm, 3rd person present: harms, gerund or present participle: harming, past tense: harmed, past participle: harmed

    • noun: harm

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    • 1. physically injure the villains didn't harm him
    • damage the health of smoking when pregnant can harm your baby
    • have an adverse effect on this could harm his Olympic prospects
    • n.
      deliberate injury to oneself, typically as a manifestation of a psychological or psychiatric ...
    • v.
      commit self-harm.

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    • n.
      serious physical injury inflicted on a person by the deliberate action of another.

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    • ph.
      used to indicate that a situation or action will not hurt someone, whether or not it will ...

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    • ph.
      not intend to cause damage or insult

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    • ph.
      used to indicate that a situation or action will not hurt someone, whether or not it will ...

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    • ph.
      used to reassure someone that what they have done has caused no real damage or problems

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    • n.
      minor injury, such as bruising, inflicted on a person by the deliberate action of another, ...

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    • ph.
      not intend to cause damage or insult

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    英式

    • n.
      physical injury, especially that which is deliberately inflicted: I didn't mean to cause him any harm
    • v.
      physically injure: the villains didn't harm him

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