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Turkish translation of “harm”

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harm

noun
 
 
/hɑːm/
B2 [U] hurt or damage
zarar, ziyan
Smoking can cause serious harm to the lungs. Alan would never do anyone any harm.Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
not come to any harm to not be hurt or damaged
hasar almamak, zarar görmemek
Safe and secure
not do any harm to not be a bad thing to do and possibly be a good thing
zararı olmamak, zarar vermemek, yapılmasında bir mahsur olmamak
[+ to do sth] It wouldn't do any harm to have another look.Safe and secure
there's no harm in doing sth used to say that something is not a bad thing to do and could possibly have a good effect
...ın/in bir zararı/sakıncası yok; zarar gelmez
I suppose there's no harm in trying.Safe and secure
not mean any harm to not intend to hurt someone or damage something
zarar vermek niyetinde olmamak; üzmek istememek
I never meant him any harm, I just wanted him to leave me alone.Kind and thoughtful
out of harm's way safe from a dangerous place or situation
emniyette, emin bir yerde, güven içinde
Defending and protectingBacking, supporting and defendingPreserving and saving
Translations of “harm”
in Korean 해…
in Arabic أذى…
in French mal…
in Italian danno, male…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傷害, 損害, 危害…
in Russian вред, ущерб…
in Polish uszkodzenie, szkoda, krzywda…
in Spanish daño, mal, perjuicio…
in Portuguese mal…
in German der Schaden…
in Catalan mal…
in Japanese 害, 損害…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伤害, 损害, 危害…
(Definition of harm noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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