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casualty

noun
 
 
/ˈkæʒjuəlti/
INJURED [C] someone who is injured or killed in an accident or war
malül, zayiat, kazazede, savaş veya kazada yaralanan veya ölenler
Both sides in the conflict have promised to try to avoid civilian casualties.Death and dyingPeople who receive medical treatment
BADLY AFFECTED [C] someone or something that is badly affected by something that happens
zayiat, malül, zarar, ziyan gören
The health service has been the biggest casualty of government cuts.Treating people or animals badlyInsults and abuseUnkind, cruel and unfeelingViolent or aggressive
HOSPITAL [U] UK ( US emergency room) the part of a hospital where people go when they have been injured or have urgent illnesses so that they can be treated immediately
hastanelerin acil yaralı ve hastalar için ayrılan bölümü, acil müdahale birimi
Medical places and organizations
(Definition of casualty from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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