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incurred

[ in-kurd ]
/ ɪnˈkɜrd /
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adjective
(of a usually undesirable consequence) experienced or brought upon oneself: The report did not reveal the exact number of disaster-affected families or the value of their incurred losses.

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Origin of incurred

OTHER WORDS FROM incurred

self-in·curred, adjective
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