Detriment

A measure of the expected harm or loss associated with an adverse event, usually in a manner chosen to facilitate meaningful addition over different events.

detriment

[n] - a damage or loss
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Detriment

• (n.) A charge made to students and barristers for incidental repairs of the rooms they occupy. • (n.) That which injures or causes damage; mischief; harm; diminution; loss; damage; -- used very generically; as, detriments to property, religion, morals, etc. • (v. t.) To do injury to; to hurt.
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detriment

noun a damage or loss
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Detriment

[astrology] The sign detriments are as follows: ...
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Detriment

Det'ri·ment (dĕt'rĭ*m e nt) noun [ Latin detrimentum , from deterere , detritum , to rub or wear away; de + terere to rub: confer French détriment . See Trite .] 1. That which injures or causes damage; mischief; harm; di...
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Detriment

Det'ri·ment transitive verb To do injury to; to hurt. [ Archaic] « Other might be determined thereby.» Fuller.
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detriment

a damage or loss
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Detriment

a planet is in detriment in a sign opposite its home sign(s), and its energy is in some way hampered by the quality of that sign, while still being strong; see also rulership, exaltation, fall.
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detriment

detriment 1. Damage, harm, or disadvantage. 2. Something that causes harm or injury. 3. Etymology: from Latin detrimentum, from detri-, stem of detere, 'to wear away'; from de-, 'away' + terere, 'to rub, to wear'.
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detriment

Estimated measure of the expected harm or loss associated with an adverse event, usually in a manner chosen to facilitate meaningful addition over different events. It is generally the integrated product of arbitrary values of risk and
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Detriment

Said of a planet that occupies the sign opposite its sign of natural rulership (dignity). A planet i
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