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compensation for damage
/ ˌkɑːmpənˈseɪʃn̩ fər ˈdæmədʒ /


Množina reči compensation for damage je compensation for damages.

/ dæmədʒ /


damage je nebrojiva imenica

equipment casualty · harm · hurt · scathe · harm · impairment

equipment casualty · harm · hurt · impairment · legal injury · price · scathe · terms · wrong

ETYM Old Fren. damage, domage, French dommage, from assumed Late Lat. damnaticum, from Latin damnum damage. Related to Damn.
1. Loss of military equipment; SYN. equipment casualty.
2. The act of damaging something or someone; SYN. harm, hurt, scathe.
3. The occurrence of a change for the worse; SYN. harm, impairment.

/ dæmədʒəz /

množinapravo (nauka)

Množina reči damages je damages.

amends · indemnity · indemnification · restitution · redress

amends · indemnification · indemnity · redress · restitution

A sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury; SYN. amends, indemnity, indemnification, restitution, redress.
In law, compensation for a tort (such as personal injuries caused by negligence) or breach of contract.
In the case of breach of contract the complainant can claim all the financial loss he or she has suffered. Damages for personal injuries include compensation for loss of earnings, as well as for the injury itself. The court might reduce the damages if the claimant was partly to blame. In the majority of cases, the parties involved reach an out-of-court settlement (a compromise without going to court).

/ fɔːrfət /


Množina reči forfeit je forfeits.

forfeiture · forfeiture · forfeiture · sacrifice

forfeiture · sacrifice

ETYM Old Eng. forfet crime, penalty, French forfait crime (Late Lat. forefactum, forifactum), prop. p. p. of forfaire to forfeit, transgress, from Late Lat. forifacere, prop., to act beyond; Latin foris out of doors, abroad, beyond + facere to do. Related to Foreign, and Fact.
1. A penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something; SYN. forfeiture.
2. Something that is lost or surrendered as a penalty; SYN. forfeiture.
3. The act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc.; SYN. forfeiture, sacrifice.

/ repəreɪʃn̩ /


Množina reči reparation je reparations.


amends · fix · fixing · fixture · mend · mendin · repair

ETYM French réparation, Latin reparatio. Related to Repair to mend.
1. Compensation (given or received) for an injury or insult; SYN. amends.
2. Compensation exacted from a defeated nation by the victors.
3. Compensation paid by countries that start wars in which they are defeated, as by Germany in both world wars. Iraq is required to pay reparations, under the terms of a United Nations resolution, after its defeat in the 1991 Gulf War.

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