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  1. Collateral damage is any incidental and undesired death, injury or other damage inflicted, especially on civilians, as the result of an activity. Originally coined to describe military operations, [1] it is now also used in non-military contexts to refer to any unwanted fallout from an action.

  2. Daño colateral (en inglés: collateral damage) es un eufemismo utilizado para referirse a las muertes, heridos y daños no intencionados que se producen como resultado de una operación militar.

  3. collateral damage. noun [ U ] uk / kəˌlæt. ə r. ə l ˈdæm.ɪdʒ / us / kəˌlæt̬.ɚ. ə l ˈdæm.ɪdʒ /. during a war, the unintentional deaths and injuries of people who are not soldiers, and damage that is caused to their homes, hospitals, schools, etc.

  4. COLLATERAL DAMAGE definition: 1. during a war, the unintentional deaths and injuries of people who are not soldiers, and damage…. Learn more.

  5. Collateral Damage ( Daño colateral en Hispanoamérica, España y Argentina) es una película de acción estadounidense estrenada en 2002, 2 protagonizada por, entre otros, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Elias Koteas, Francesca Neri, Cliff Curtis, John Leguizamo y John Turturro; dirigida por Andrew Davis, guionizada por David Griffiths y Ronald Roose.

    • David Griffiths, Ronald Roose
    • Daño colateral (Hispanoamérica, España y Argentina)
    • Steven Reuther, David Foster
    • Andrew Davis
  6. collateral damage. noun. /kəˌlætərəl ˈdæmɪdʒ/ [uncountable] deaths of or injury to civilians (= people not in the armed forces) or damage to buildings that are not connected to the military during a war. People say ‘collateral damage’ to avoid saying ‘innocent people being killed’.

  7. COLLATERAL DAMAGE meaning: forms of damage including deaths and injuries that are a result of the fighting in a war but happen to people who are not in the military.

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