Damaged [adjective]

Definition of Damaged:

broken, not working

Opposite/Antonyms of Damaged:

Sentence/Example of Damaged:

The computer model looked at property damage that Sandy caused along the Atlantic coast from Maine to North Carolina.

Sister company Instagram is complaining very publicly about the damage the change will do to mobile advertisers and publishers.

In exchange for this good fortune, they have an obligation to help the emerging economies of the world shift to sustainable development and increase their resilience to the climate damages.

A thinner blade will pass through whatever is being cut more easily, with less damage.

Giving steroids to people with moderate or mild cases might dampen the immune system too much, allowing the virus to do more damage.

To their credit, the Neuralink team has looked at potential damage to the brain from electrode insertion.

Widespread joblessness and economic damage pushed the government to ease lockdown measures in ongoing phases starting in June, even as India’s caseload ticked up.

One previous study suggested that crampers actually start the race with elevated muscle damage, perhaps because they didn’t back off their training enough.

He added, “Additional fiscal support could be costly but worth it if it helps avoid long-term economic damage and leaves us with a stronger recovery.”

Any damage to these ties is likely to result in the president losing bargaining power with Russia.