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projects that lead to environmental harm
Eating sweets occasionally doesn’t do children any harm.
The new law is likely to do irreparable harm in urban areas.
The ‘low levels’ of cyanide in the river were sufficient to cause harm to aquatic life.
Strenuous exercise can often do more harm than good.
It wouldn’t do you any harm to listen to her advice.
I didn’t mean any harm: it was just a joke.
I’ll try to look after him and see that he comes to no harm.
This is the British English definition of harm. View American English definition of harm.