casualty

dead or injured person

casualty

[n] - someone injured or killed or captured or missing in a military engagement 2. [n] - someone injured or killed in an accident 3. [n] - a decrease of military personnel or equipment
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Casualty

a person killed or injured in a crash. One road crash may give rise to several casualties.
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Casualty

A casualty is a member of personnel unable to fulfil their duties within a military organisation due to death or incapacitation by injury or illness.
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casualty

a person injured, killed or missing; someone who is not fit and able to fight (in the case of a soldier)
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Casualty

Cas'u·al·ty noun ; plural Casualties . [ French casualité , Late Latin casualitas .] 1. That which comes without design or without being foreseen; contingency. « Losses that befall them by mere casualty . Sir W. Raleigh. » 2....
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casualty

An injury, or the victim of an accident. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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casualty

injured party noun someone injured or killed in an accident
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casualty

(kazh´oo-әl-te) an accident; an accidental wound; death or disablement from an accident; also the person so injured. in the armed forces, a person missing from a unit either as a result of death, injury, illness, or capture; because the person's whereabouts are unknown; or for any other reason.
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Casualty

• (n.) That which comes without design or without being foreseen; contingency. • (n.) Any injury of the body from accident; hence, death, or other misfortune, occasioned by an accident; as, an unhappy casualty. • (n.) Numerical loss caused by death, wounds, discharge, or desertion.
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Casualty

(n) Casualty is an event which is not expected in the normal course or on reasonable anticipation causing an accident and loss of life. Eg. Death caused by tsunami, Earthquake
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casualty

n. 1) an accident which could not have been foreseen or guarded against, such as a shipwreck caused by storm or fire caused by lightning. 2) the loss, as of life, from such an unavoidable accident. The courts remain inconsistent on the exact definition.
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casualty

Type: Term Pronunciation: kazh′yū-ăl-tē Definitions: 1. An injury, or the victim of an accident or outbreak of disease or act of terrorism, warfare, or criminal incident.
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Casualty

[person] A casualty in military usage is a person in military service, not necessarily a combatant, who becomes unavailable for duty due to death, injury, illness, capture, desertion, etc.; or a civilian casualty. In civilian usage the word `casualty` is properly used for a person who is killed, wounded or injured by some event, and is usua...
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casualty

someone injured or killed in an accident
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Casualty

Casualty insurance policies include coverage against theft, burglary, vandalism and machinery damage
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Casualty

1) An accident or event which could not have been foreseen or avoided, such as a shipwreck, fire, or earthquake. 2) The liability or loss resulting from such an accident or event. (See: casualty loss)
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