irreparable harm
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  • irreparable harm — See injury (irreparable injury) …   Black's law dictionary

  • irreparable harm — See injury (irreparable injury) …   Black's law dictionary

  • irreparable injury — n: serious injury to a party that justifies relief esp. by preliminary injunction – called also irreparable damage, irreparable harm; ◇ Typical irreparable injury is not remediable by monetary compensation. Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law.… …   Law dictionary

  • harm — n: loss of or damage to a person s right, property, or physical or mental well being: injury harm vt Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • irreparable — ir·rep·a·ra·ble /i re pə rə bəl, prə bəl/ adj: impossible to repair, remedy, or undo ir·rep·a·ra·bly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. irreparable …   Law dictionary

  • harm — Ⅰ. harm UK US /hɑːm/ noun [C or U] ► damage done to something: »The board failed to prove irreparable harm in its suit against the council. »The harms associated with climate change are serious and well recognized. not do (any) harm to sb/sth… …   Financial and business terms

  • harm — harm1 [ harm ] noun uncount ** injury, damage, or problems caused by something you do: projects that lead to environmental harm do/cause (someone) harm: The occasional piece of candy doesn t do you any harm. The new law is likely to do… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • irreparable — [[t]ɪre̱prəb(ə)l[/t]] ADJ Irreparable damage or harm is so bad that it cannot be repaired or put right. [FORMAL] The move would cause irreparable harm to the organization. Syn: irreversible Derived words: irreparably [[t]ɪre̱prəbli[/t]] ADV ADV… …   English dictionary

  • harm — I UK [hɑː(r)m] / US [hɑrm] noun [uncountable] ** injury, damage, or problems caused by something that you do projects that lead to environmental harm do/cause (someone) harm: Eating sweets occasionally doesn t do children any harm. The new law is …   English dictionary

  • irreparable — ir|rep|a|ra|ble [ ı rep(ə)rəbl ] adjective FORMAL irreparable harm or damage is extremely bad and cannot be repaired or improved: The disease does irreparable damage to the nervous system. ╾ ir|rep|a|ra|bly adverb …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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