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Spanish translation of “harm”

harm

noun /haːm/
damage; injury; distress
daño, mal, perjuicio
I’ll make sure you come to no harm He meant no harm It’ll do you no harm to go.
harmful adjective doing harm
nocivo, perjudicial, dañino
Medicines can be harmful if you take too much of them.
harmless adjective not dangerous or liable to cause harm
inofensivo, inocuo
Don’t be frightened of that snake – it’s harmless.
harmlessly adverb
inofensivamente
The shark just swam past him harmlessly.
harmlessness noun
inocuidad, cualidad de inofensivo
out of harm’s way in a safe place
fuera de peligro, a salvo
I’ll put this glass vase out of harm’s way, so that it doesn’t get broken.
(Definition of harm from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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