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bang up to damage or injure, as in a collision.
batter1 to beat hard again and again, or to damage by beating. [1/2 definitions]
blemish to damage or spoil the perfection of. [1/3 definitions]
boll weevil a small beetle with a gray body and a long snout. It lays eggs in the seed pods of the cotton plant where they hatch and cause much damage to crops.
break to damage or make no longer usable. [1/19 definitions]
bruise to wound or damage without causing a break in the skin or bone. [1/3 definitions]
bumper the heavy bar on the front and back of cars and trucks that protects the vehicle from damage if it hits something. [1/2 definitions]
burn to hurt or damage by too much heat. [1/8 definitions]
computer virus a code added to a computer program that can attach itself to and seriously damage other programs.
cripple to damage or cause not to work well. [1/3 definitions]
cushion something that softens a blow or protects against damage. [1/4 definitions]
deface to damage the surface or appearance of.
deform to damage the shape or form. [1/2 definitions]
deteriorate to cause damage to, especially little by little. [1/2 definitions]
disaster a sudden event causing much damage or suffering. [1/2 definitions]
disfigure to damage the appearance or shape of.
eco-friendly designed to cause as little damage to the natural environment as possible.
exposure contact with something, such as a chemical or germ, that may cause physical damage or illness. [1/6 definitions]
fireproof difficult or impossible to set on fire or to damage or destroy with fire.
frostbite damage to the skin or body by freezing. [2 definitions]
green of a company or industry, producing products that do little damage to the environment and producing them in a way that conserves energy from sources like coal and oil. A green company or industry does not pollute the air or water in making its products, or does so as little as possible. [1/11 definitions]