to harm : nuire, faire du mal, blesser
It would do you no harm to go to the dentist once in a while. Cela ne te ferait pas de mal d'aller chez le dentiste de temps en temps.
Smoking is harmful to your health. Fumer est dangereux pour la santé.
He was lucky to escape the car crash unharmed. Il a eu de la chance d'être sorti indemne de cet accident de voiture.
(No) harm (done!): (Il n'y a pas de) mal !
UK: It would do you no harm to go to the dentist once in a while.
US: Smoking is harmful to your health.
- "No one was harmed in the incident, though one 94-year-old man broke his hip dancing the samba around the burning vehicle."
- "- International Cosmetics Supply Center cannot be held liable for any harm caused to your person by the products provided."
- "And besides, when Michelangelo agreed to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel for Pope Julius the second did it harm his reputation?"
- "Can you imagine the harm this would do to my reputation?"
- "Although the script is very well written, we think that a movie about a serial killer with a pathological obsession with Delavigne products may harm our brand's image."
- "Are you sick of burglars entering your home, taking your priceless art and harming your valuable children?"
- "Donna : Listen to me, Icarus from San Francisco: your personal space is sacred, and no one can harm you there."
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