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From Old French damage (Modern French dommage), from Vulgar Latin *damnaticum from Classical Latin damnum.
Middle English from Old French dam loss (from Latin damnum) -age -age
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
It might have done damage inside.
You can be thankful they didn't damage the tires.
I had hail damage to my car as well.
This would take some damage control.
No matter what Rhyn would've said, the damage was done.
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