Translation for 'harm' from English to Greek
NOUN   harm | -
VERB   to harm | harmed | harmed
harming | harms
SYNO damage | harm | hurt | ...
harm {noun}ζημιά {η}
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Translation for 'harm' from English to Greek

harm {noun}
ζημιά {η}
Usage Examples English
  • Duties of non-maleficence require us to refrain from causing deliberate harm or intentional avoidance of actions that might be expected to cause harm.
  • By doing this, the company's intention is to harm their competition even more than they harm themselves in order to gain global market share.
  • This program aimed at reducing the drug – abusing harm and harm on family experiencing.
  • Statistically, the level of downside risk can be calculated as the product of the probability that harm occurs (e.g., that an accident happens) multiplied by the severity of that harm (i.e., the average amount of harm or more conservatively the maximum credible amount of harm).
  • Self-destructive behavior is often considered to be synonymous with self-harm, but this is not accurate.

  • writing the majority, rejected all the arguments for the requirements of harm under section 91(27) of the Constitution Act, 1867 and section 7 of the Charter.
  • In this three-volume study, the problem of harm in global politics is explored.
  • He encouraged consumer engagement in public health and drug policy by helping establish drug user advocacy groups and national and regional harm reduction associations including the United Kingdom Harm Reduction Association, Action on Hepatitis C, the Middle-East and North Africa Harm Reduction Association, YouthRise and the International Network of People who Use Drugs.
  • The PCC ensures that all repeat victims of crime are reviewed by Northumbria Police and, where they are needed, harm reduction plans are implemented to reduce further harm.
  • However, the second maxim also opens the question of broader definitions of harm, up to and including harm to the society.

  • "Self-Harm, Type II" is self-harm that has resulted in nonfatal injury.
  • If the likelihood of harm is relatively great, or the consequences serious, the possibility of harm will normally be reasonably foreseeable.
  • Additionally, under the Act a Publicly Available Consumer Product Safety Information Database where consumers can directly report harm or merely a risk of harm officially launched on March 11, 2011.
  • A defining feature of aggression is the intent or motivation to harm.
  • Jasper Doomen argued that harm should be defined from the point of view of the individual citizen, not limiting harm to physical harm since nonphysical harm may also be involved; Feinberg's distinction between harm and offence is criticized as largely trivial.

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