harm

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈhɑːrm/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/hɑrm/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(härm)


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harm

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [bodily, physical, emotional] harm
  2. come to [possible, potential] harm
  3. mean you no harm
  4. do not [mean, wish] her any harm
  5. didn't [mean, want] to cause you harm
  6. didn't [mean] to do you harm
  7. it won't do you any harm to [try, go, come]
  8. (trying) will not do you any harm
  9. there's no harm in trying
  10. where's the harm in trying (to) …?
  11. cannot see the harm in [trying, it]
  12. no harm done!
  13. the harm done to the [environment]
  14. the harm is already done
  15. will do more harm than good
  16. do not wish harm [to, on] anyone
  17. [avoid, prevent from] coming to harm
  18. suffered harm to his [self esteem, reputation, arm]
  19. harm and neglect
v
  1. harm [others, your children]
  2. [smoking, your behavior] harms others
  3. harming her with a [gun, knife, insult]
  4. harming yourself (by)
  5. harms herself by [cutting, burning]
  6. it wouldn't harm you to [listen, be, try]
  7. harm your [chances, opportunities, reputation]
  8. harm [the environment, your health]
  9. [emotionally, physically] harm
  10. [wouldn't, couldn't] even harm a fly
  11. [likely, unlikely, most likely] to harm
  12. harmed by [drugs, alcohol]
  13. harmed and [injured, killed, threatened, damaged, destroyed]
  14. harmed during [construction, transport, the storm, the war]
  15. no animals were harmed
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