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There were no reports of casualties from the attack.
A small group of rebels inflicted heavy casualties (=many people injured or killed) on the government forces.
Education has again been a casualty of government spending cuts.
I hear that they've taken him to casualty.
This is the British English definition of casualty. View American English definition of casualty.
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