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loss / damage / CL: 個|个 / to lose / to suffer damage
to damage / to injure
deficit / (financial) loss
profit and loss / increase and decrease
harm / to damage / to impair
to cause damage to / to ruin / to destroy
wear and tear / abrasion
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to decrease / to lose / to damage / to harm / (coll.) to speak sarcastically / to deride / caustic / mean / one of the 64 hexagrams of the Book of Changes ()
to suffer damage
to harm / to damage / to injure / impairment / loss / disability
in good condition / undamaged / intact
to waste
impair, damage
defective / defect
to impair / to degrade / to decrease / to reduce / to weaken / to detract from / impairment (e.g. of financial assets)
to become damaged
income statement (US) / profit and loss account (UK)
bad friend
strain (medicine)
to contaminate
wear and tear
(TCM) consumptive disease, chronic deficiency disorder due to impaired function of inner organs, deficiency of qi, blood, yin and yang / asthenia
injury such as contusion, sprain or fracture from falling, blow etc
to harm others / to mock people / to taunt / humiliating
health damage
to mock / to disparage / to belittle
to harm others without benefiting oneself (idiom)
to be harmful (to)
(finance) stop-loss / to sell a security in response to its price dropping to one's stop-loss point 止損點|止损点
loss prevention
environmental damage
stop-loss order (finance)
crippling taxation
brain damage
bruising (damage to soft fruit etc)
old and damaged / in disrepair
to donate / donation
(idiom) complacency leads to loss, modesty brings profit / pride comes before a fall
(finance) stop-loss point (price at which one resolves to sell a security at a loss in order to avoid the possibility of having to sell later at an even lower price)
to ridicule
damage to goods during shipping
collateral damage (both as a legal term, and as a military euphemism)
(computing) lossy compression
visual impairment
attrition rate
to damage the public interest for personal profit (idiom); personal profit at public expense / venal and selfish behavior
(dialect) sharp-tongued / harsh
stop-loss order (finance)
repetitive strain injury (RSI)
wishing for profit, but causing loss (idiom); good intentions that lead to disaster / It all ends in tears.
harming others for one's personal benefit (idiom); personal gain to the detriment of others
thalamic lesions
wear and tear / to wear away over time
to humble
delayed lesion
basal ganglia lesions
cortical visual impairment (CVI)
circumcision (Bible term)
anterior subcortical lesions
neurological visual impairment (NVI)

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