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seriously damage (1)

This page is about the collocation seriously damage (1)

collocation pattern: adverb + verb

Meaning

badly damage (of material objects)

For example

  • The cyclone is expected to seriously damage many buildings.

  • The flood seriously damaged most of my books and furniture.

Note:
Also "badly damage" or "severely damage"

Quick Quiz

It was a bad crash. It seriously damaged several

a. vehicles

b. traffic jams

c. passengers

Contributor: Matt Errey