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Adjective: damaged  da-mijd
  1. Harmed, injured or spoiled
    "I won't buy damaged goods"; "the storm left a wake of badly damaged buildings"
     
  2. Being unjustly brought into disrepute
    "her damaged reputation";
    - discredited
Verb: damage  da-mij
  1. Inflict damage upon
    "The snow damaged the roof"; "She damaged the car when she hit the tree"
     
  2. Suffer or be susceptible to damage
    "These fine china cups damage easily"

See also: battered, beaten-up, beat-up, bedraggled, bent, blemished, broken, broken-backed, broken-down, busted, crumpled, dented, derelict, dero [Austral, NZ], derro [Austral, NZ], destroyed, dilapidated, disreputable, hurt, impaired, injured, kaput, knackered [Brit], knocked-out, on the blink, on the fritz [N. Amer], out of order, ramshackle, riddled, rooted [Austral, NZ], storm-beaten, tatterdemalion, tumble-down, weakened

Type of: alter, change, modify

Antonym: undamaged

Encyclopedia: Damaged

Damage