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det·ri·ment

 (dĕt′rə-mənt)
n.
1. Damage, harm, or loss: took a long leave of absence without detriment to her career.
2. Something that causes damage, harm, or loss: Smoking is a detriment to good health. See Synonyms at disadvantage.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin dētrīmentum, from dētrītus, past participle of dēterere, to lessen, wear down : dē-, de- + terere, to rub; see terə- in Indo-European roots.]
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detriment

(ˈdɛtrɪmənt)
n
1. disadvantage or damage; harm; loss
2. a cause of disadvantage or damage
[C15: from Latin dētrīmentum, a rubbing off, hence damage, from dēterere to rub away, from de- + terere to rub]
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det•ri•ment

(ˈdɛ trə mənt)

n.
1. loss, damage, disadvantage, or injury.
2. a cause of loss or damage.
[1400–50; late Middle English (< Middle French) < Latin dētrīmentum loss, damage =dētrī- (see detritus) + -mentum -ment]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.detriment - a damage or loss
expense - a detriment or sacrifice; "at the expense of"
damage, impairment, harm - the occurrence of a change for the worse
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detriment

noun damage, loss, harm, injury, hurt, prejudice, disadvantage, impairment, disservice She supported her husband's career to the detriment of her own.
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detriment

noun
1. The action or result of inflicting loss or pain:
2. An unfavorable condition, circumstance, or characteristic:
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Translations
ضَرَر، أذى، إساءَه
neprospěchškodaúkor
skade
skaîi
žalingas
kaitējums

detriment

[ˈdetrɪmənt] Ndetrimento m, perjuicio m
to the detriment ofen detrimento or perjuicio de
without detriment tosin (causar) detrimento or perjuicio a
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detriment

[ˈdɛtrɪmənt] n
to the detriment of → au détriment de, au préjudice de
without detriment to → sans porter atteinte à, sans porter préjudice à, sans conséquences fâcheuses pour
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detriment

nSchaden m, → Nachteil m; to the detriment of somethingzum Schaden einer Sache (gen), → zum Schaden von etw; to somebody’s detrimentzu jds Nachteil; I don’t know anything to his detrimentich weiß nichts Nachteiliges über ihn; without detriment toohne Schaden für
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detriment

[ˈdɛtrɪmənt] ndetrimento, danno
to the detriment of → a or con detrimento di, a danno di
without detriment to → senza danno a
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detriment

(ˈdetrimənt) noun
harm, damage or disadvantage. to the detriment of his health.
ˌdetriˈmental (-ˈmen-) adjective
causing harm or damage.
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