damaged

[ US /ˈdæmədʒd, ˈdæmɪdʒd/ ]
[ UK /dˈæmɪd‍ʒd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. harmed or injured or spoiled
    the storm left a wake of badly damaged buildings
    I won't buy damaged goods
  2. being unjustly brought into disrepute
    her damaged reputation
    a discredited politician
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How To Use damaged In A Sentence

  • Economists say the ecosystem is basically healthy; ecologists worry it may, be on the verge of being irreparably damaged.
  • They estimate the cost of repairing the damaged roads at £1 million.
  • These have damaged an already poorly performing economy. The Sun
  • Even if the knock is not severe enough to cause the skull to fracture, the brain bangs against the skull and can be damaged.
  • Make a boot disk in case your computer is damaged or compromised
  • Glaucoma is more common in old age, and happens when the optic nerve in the eye is damaged.
  • Consequently, Muir believes, biotech fish could quickly decimate a fish population by their increased ability to produce damaged young.
  • A rail system can reroute traffic around destroyed tracks, repair sections of damaged rail, or even transfer freight from boxcars to trucks.
  • As he rose in society, his romantic entanglements damaged his career and he returned to his former sweetheart in Ireland. Times, Sunday Times
  • Now they know a two-pronged approach is needed: blocking the virus and rebuilding the damaged immune system.
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