English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to incur (a debt, a risk, problems): to experience, to suffer (a debt, a risk, problems); to result in, to lead to, to induce (a debt)
- "Excess baggage will incur a charge."
- "They have agreed to waive the supplementary fees on all of your future transactions, and reimburse you retroactively for all charges incurred over the last 12 months."
- "Delavigne can't be held liable for any damage incurred by drinking our perfumes."
- "As far as the numerous traffic violations incurred by Mr. Marron, I can only suggest that the vast societal and cultural differences between his native country (France) and ours played a significant part in his actions."
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