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  • This can result in either short-term or long-term damage.
  • So much damage was done to it that the city was completely abandoned.
  • Therefore the damage is not felt until it is too late.
  • Without the door stop damage might be done to the wall.
  • When the damage was not extensive one was able to continue using the machine.
  • Three years later, the north tower was once again damaged by a storm.
  • Pieces of it damaged the number-three engine and hit the number-two engine.
  • The damage was extensive, with few parts of the early church remaining.
  • In general, patients with brain damage have been difficult to find and study.
  • The United Nations provided major aid due to the high level of damage caused.
  • If treatment is not kept to a high standard then long term damage and or death can occur.
  • This method may cause a greater loss by water damage and therefore may not be suitable.
  • No aircraft were lost in the operations, though one was slightly damaged.
  • One third of its houses were damaged or destroyed, and the city lost half of its population.
  • Both ships were soon fighting enemies much more powerful than they and began to take severe damage.
  • Buildings may be damaged during the construction of the building or during maintenance.
  • Two smaller fires did little damage to the firm and did not result in data loss.
  • But the damage was done, and his family pushed him to the background.
  • They claimed eight Japanese aircraft destroyed with a further four probably destroyed and at least five damaged.
  • The trees may need to be removed to prevent their damaging the structure.
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Meaning of damage

  • noun The occurrence of a change for the worse
  • noun Loss of military equipment
  • noun The act of damaging something or someone
  • verb Inflict damage upon
    The snow damaged the roof, She damaged the car when she hit the tree
  • verb Suffer or be susceptible to damage
    These fine china cups damage easily