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[ in-kurd ]


  1. (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.


  1. the simple past tense and past participle of incur ( def ).

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Others have warned that novice users can easily get in over their head—a point driven home in June when a 20-year-old trader took his life after mistakenly believing he had incurred $700,000 in debt while trading complicated options contracts.

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The law specifically states that the expenses incurred in the support of persons charged with or convicted of a crime and committed to the county jail and the maintenance therein are county charges.

Bannon’s page also incurred penalties, including not being allowed to post content, but was not removed from Facebook.

Astra is incurring a bill in excess of $1 billion globally for expenses including clinical development, Soriot said.

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Each time PageRank transfers from page to page, it incurs a 15% loss, including across redirects.

Winners are solely responsible for any and all federal, state, and local taxes and/or fees that may be incurred.

Winners will be solely responsible for any and all local, state, and federal taxes, and/or fees that may be incurred.

Just last week, you will recall, Harry was saying how much he hated social media because of the invasion of privacy it incurred.

The coroner says the death was caused by the injuries he incurred from the fall.

Murphy also mentioned constant soreness in his hands, which incurred a total of four gunshot wounds.

Without a knowledge of this it is self-evident that no practical estimate of expense to be incurred could possibly be made.

When doing so, however, he cannot avoid any obligations incurred by him to the association.

Wearing apparel, furniture, jewelry, even legal expenses incurred in regaining her conjugal rights have been included.

Whoever infringed these rules incurred the penalties of high treason.

To escape the expense of leaving town incurred by the other good neighbours who have put up their shutters.


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