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VERB 损坏;破坏;毁坏 To damage an object means to break it, spoil it physically, or stop it from working properly.
He maliciously damaged a car with a baseball bat...
The sun can damage your skin.
VERB 损害;伤害 To damage something means to cause it to become less good, pleasant, or successful.
Jackson doesn't want to damage his reputation as a political personality...
He warned that the action was damaging the economy.
N-UNCOUNT （对物的）损坏，破坏，损失 Damage is physical harm that is caused to an object.
The blast caused extensive damage to the house...
Many professional boxers end their careers with brain damage.
N-UNCOUNT （对人、情况、行为的）损害，伤害，不良影响 Damage consists of the unpleasant effects that something has on a person, situation, or type of activity.
Incidents of this type cause irreparable damage to relations with the community...
Adhering to the new rules meant inflicting serious damage on motor racing.
N-PLURAL （法院判定的）损害赔偿金 If a court of law awards damages to someone, it orders money to be paid to them by a person who has damaged their reputation or property, or who has injured them.
He was vindicated in court and damages were awarded.
PHRASE 事已至此;已造成的损害无法挽回 If you say 'the damage is done', you mean that it is too late now to prevent the harmful effects of something that has already happened.
Once the damage is done, even modern surgery can't undo it entirely.