damage

1. n
1) повреждение, поломка; порча; ущерб, убыток
2) pl возмещение ущерба, убытков, компенсация за убытки

- accident damage
- accident damage to fixed capital
- accidental damage
- actual damage
- aircraft damage
- anticipatory damages
- chafing damage
- compensatory damages
- concealed damage
- consequential damages
- considerable damage
- contemptuous damages
- crop damage
- discretionary damages
- disproportionate damages
- environmental damage
- excessive damages
- exemplary damages
- extensive damage
- external damage
- external packing damage
- fair damages
- frost damage
- gale damage
- general damages
- grave damage
- great damage
- heavy damage
- hidden damage
- indirect damage
- insect damage
- irreparable damage
- liquidated damages
- loading damage
- lump-sum damages
- maintenance damage
- major damage
- marginal damage
- material damage
- mechanical damage
- minimal damage
- minor damage
- mitigated damages
- monetary damage
- money damages
- mould damage
- negligible damage
- nominal damages
- ordinary damages
- part damage
- partial damage
- pecuniary damage
- punitive damages
- real damages
- recoverable damage
- rust damage
- sea damage
- sentimental damage
- serious damage
- severe damage
- slight damage
- special damage
- specific damage
- stevedore damage
- stipulated damages
- substantial damages
- surface damage
- sweat damage
- transit damage
- transport damage
- treble damages
- unliquidated damages
- vibration damage
- warehouse damage
- water damage
- weather damage
- wet damage
- damages at large
- damage by collision
- damage by hooks
- damage by jettison
- damage by rodents
- damage by sea water
- damage by water
- damage during transportation
- damages for detention
- damage from handling operations
- damage in storage
- damage in transit
- damage through deprivation of use
- damage to the agriculture
- damage to cargo
- damage to the environment
- damage to equipment
- damage to goods
- damage to the marking
- damage to packing
- damage to persons
- damage to property
- damage to roads
- liable for damages
- adjust damages
- ascertain damages
- assess the damage
- assess damages
- avoid damage
- award damages
- cause damage
- claim damages
- declare damage
- determine the extent of damages
- discover damage
- do damage
- eliminate the damage
- estimate the damage
- experience damage
- fix damages
- incur damages
- indemnify against damage to property
- indemnify for the damage
- indemnify for damages
- inflict damage
- obtain damages
- offset damages
- patch the damage
- pay damages
- protect against damage
- receive damages
- recover damages
- refund damages
- remedy the damage
- repair the damage
- repair damages
- safeguard from damage
- subject to damage
- sue for damages
- suffer damage
- sustain damage
2. v
портить; причинять ущерб

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