Damaged in spanish

Dañado

pronunciation: dɑnjɑdoʊ part of speech: adjective
In gestures

damage2 = deteriorar, dañar, perjudicar. 

Example: Single holds are useful, for example, when a particular copy of a document is damaged or needs rebinding.

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» damage + Posesivo + credibility = dañar la credibilidad.

Example: Sloppy reference work and lack of verification effort inevitably result in damaging a librarian's credibility with other librarians from whom assistance may be sought.

damaged = estropeado, averiado, petado. 

Example: A replacement for the damage bar-code label can be made by using the replace label function.

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» damaged goods = manzana podrida, mala compañía, mala influencia. [Expresión usada originariamente para referirse a una chica que había perdido su virginidad]

Example: They are seen as basket cases, 'damaged goods', the vulnerable children of the world who need the help and protection of the UN, NGOs and armies of therapists from the West.

» damaged goods = mercancía estropeada.

Example: We are not responsible for reimbursement of any labor costs that may occur due to the receipt of damaged goods.

» flood-damaged = dañado por las inundación.

Example: The museum restored many of its flood-damaged books by a process involving freezing, exposure to a vacuum equivalent to an altitude of 200,000 ft.

» smoke-damaged = deteriorado por el humo.

Example: This article describes the freezing, drying and cleaning of water-soaked and smoke-damaged books.

» undamaged = intacto, sin daños.

Example: A library from C. 2600 BC was discovered in Ebla, Syria, 15 years ago and C. 17,000 clay tablets were found, of which 1800 are undamaged.
Damaged synonyms:
burst in spanish: ráfaga, pronunciation: bɜrst part of speech: verb, noun hurt in spanish: herir, pronunciation: hɜrt part of speech: verb, noun rent in spanish: alquilar, pronunciation: rent part of speech: noun, verb bent in spanish: doblado, pronunciation: bent part of speech: adjective, noun broken in spanish: roto, pronunciation: broʊkən part of speech: adjective dilapidated in spanish: arruinado, pronunciation: dəlæpədeɪtɪd part of speech: adjective torn in spanish: Rasgado, pronunciation: tɔrn part of speech: adjective ramshackle in spanish: destartalado, pronunciation: ræmʃækəl part of speech: adjective tainted in spanish: contaminado, pronunciation: teɪntɪd part of speech: adjective marred in spanish: estropeado, pronunciation: mɑrd part of speech: adjective busted in spanish: reventado, pronunciation: bʌstɪd part of speech: adjective blasted in spanish: maldito, pronunciation: blæstəd part of speech: adjective disreputable in spanish: de mala fama, pronunciation: dɪsrepjətəbəl part of speech: adjective bedraggled in spanish: manchado de barro, pronunciation: bɪdrægəld part of speech: adjective battered in spanish: abollado, pronunciation: bætɜrd part of speech: adjective ripped in spanish: rasgado, pronunciation: rɪpt part of speech: verb spotted in spanish: manchado, pronunciation: spɑtəd part of speech: adjective sullied in spanish: mancillado, pronunciation: sʌlid part of speech: adjective trodden in spanish: pisoteado, pronunciation: trɑdən part of speech: adjective riddled in spanish: acribillado, pronunciation: rɪdəld part of speech: adjective cracked in spanish: agrietado, pronunciation: krækt part of speech: adjective stained in spanish: manchado, pronunciation: steɪnd part of speech: adjective tarnished in spanish: empañado, pronunciation: tɑrnɪʃt part of speech: adjective crumpled in spanish: estropeado, pronunciation: krʌmpəld part of speech: adjective scorched in spanish: chamuscado, pronunciation: skɔrtʃt part of speech: adjective ruptured in spanish: roto, pronunciation: rʌptʃɜrd part of speech: adjective unsound in spanish: defectuoso, pronunciation: ənsaʊnd part of speech: adjective mangled in spanish: destrozado, pronunciation: mæŋgəld part of speech: adjective peeling in spanish: peladura, pronunciation: pilɪŋ part of speech: noun, adjective scraped in spanish: raspado, pronunciation: skreɪpt part of speech: adjective crazed in spanish: loco, pronunciation: kreɪzd part of speech: adjective mutilated in spanish: mutilado, pronunciation: mjutəleɪtəd part of speech: adjective trampled in spanish: pisoteado, pronunciation: træmpəld part of speech: adjective dented in spanish: abollado, pronunciation: dentɪd part of speech: adjective flyblown in spanish: flyblown, pronunciation: flɪblaʊn part of speech: adjective discredited in spanish: desacreditado, pronunciation: dɪskredɪtɪd part of speech: adjective blemished in spanish: manchado, pronunciation: blemɪʃt part of speech: adjective besmirched in spanish: manchado, pronunciation: bɪsmɜrtʃt part of speech: adjective weakened in spanish: debilitado, pronunciation: wikənd part of speech: adjective scratched in spanish: rayado, pronunciation: skrætʃt part of speech: adjective defaced in spanish: desfigurado, pronunciation: dɪfeɪst part of speech: adjective crackled in spanish: crepitante, pronunciation: krækəld part of speech: verb beat-up in spanish: golpeado, pronunciation: bitʌp part of speech: adjective broken-down in spanish: descompuesto, pronunciation: broʊkəndaʊn part of speech: adjective tumble-down in spanish: caer, pronunciation: tʌmbəldaʊn part of speech: adjective broken-backed in spanish: respaldo roto, pronunciation: broʊkənbækt part of speech: adjective storm-beaten in spanish: golpeado por la tormenta, pronunciation: stɔrmbitən part of speech: adjective beaten-up in spanish: golpeado, pronunciation: bitənʌp part of speech: adjective
Damaged antonyms:
undamaged pronunciation: əndæmədʒd part of speech: adjective
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