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"breakage" in American English

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breakagenoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈbreɪ·kɪdʒ/
the act of damaging something by breaking it
Breakage is also the damage caused by breaking something.
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"breakage" in Business English

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uk   us   /ˈbreɪkɪdʒ/
[U] the fact of something getting broken: Most standard insurance policies do not cover breakage.
[C, usually plural] something that has been broken: Any breakages must be paid for.
(Definition of breakage from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “breakage”
in Chinese (Simplified) 破损物, 破碎物品…
in Turkish kırılanlar, kırıklar…
in Russian поломка…
in Chinese (Traditional) 破損物, 破碎物品…
in Polish szkoda, stłuczka…
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