Definitions of "damage"
  1. The harm or loss suffered due to physical injury, damage to possessions, or negative impact on one's reputation
  2. Monetary compensation awarded by a court to a person who has experienced loss or injury, and paid by the party held accountable for causing those damages
  3. The types of losses for which a person could receive financial compensation by pursuing legal action
  4. Pertaining to the concept of damages in a legal context
How to use "damage" in a sentence
  1. The plaintiff sought compensation for the damage to her property caused by the defendant's negligence.
  2. The jury awarded a substantial sum in damage to the plaintiff as reparation for the harm caused by the company's defective product.
  3. The landlord is responsible for the cost of repair due to damage in the rental unit caused by normal wear and tear.

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