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

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