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English definition of “casualty”
/ˈkæʒjuəlti/ noun [C] (plural casualties)
› something or someone that suffers or fails because of an event: a casualty of sth Nonprofit groups may find funding for their projects among the first casualties of the budget problem. Relationships can become a casualty of workplace stress.the first/latest/major casualty Smith is the latest casualty in a series of sackings at the organization.
› LAW a person who is killed or injured in an accident, attack, etc.: cause/inflict casualties Food products have been contaminated, causing human casualties and considerable economic loss. reduce/minimize/prevent casualties sustain/suffer casualties
› INSURANCE property that is damaged or destroyed in an accident, or the accident that causes this: The hirer was liable for the collision, unless the casualty was proved to have been caused by the failure of the boat's owners to make it seaworthy.