The main crime here was (Q39&40)indifference to the human results rather than actual intention to harm anyone, but that didn't make the result any less tragic.
A bad public image can cause enormous harm to the tourist industry.
The risk of harm from wild animals is very slight here.
The cream protects the skin against harm caused by age.
Much harm has already been done to the earth's environment.
I live here in solitude. I do no harm.
n. in harm's way：处于危险中；置身险境
These men were never told how they'd been put in harm's way.
They could be in harm's way if military action becomes necessary.
n. no harm done：没有造成伤害
There, now, you're all right. No harm done.
n. out of harm's way：脱离危险的；安全的
For parents, it is an easy way of keeping their children entertained, or simply out of harm's way.
Workers scrambled to carry priceless objects out of harm's way.
n. to come to no harm;to have no harm come to sb/sth：某人/某事物不会受到伤害
`Go back and make sure that no harm comes to him,' he said quietly.
n. to do more harm than good：弊大于利
Giving toddlers a computer may do more harm than good.
To cut taxes would probably do the economy more harm than good.
n. to do no harm to do sth;to be no harm in doing sth：做某事不会有坏处
I don't think it would do any harm if you were to assemble everybody and tell them what's going on.
It wouldn't do any harm for you to get an answerphone.
n. to do no harm;to do sb no harm：（对某人）没有坏处
It would do her no harm to try them until we found the one which suited her best.
n. to mean no harm：没有恶意
He wanted to apologise for the embarrassment he caused and said he meant no harm.
The hijackers seemed anxious not to harm anyone.
a warning that the product may harm the environment
Washing will not harm the fabric.
There is evidence that too much time spent using computers can harm young children.
An unfavourable ruling could harm US-Japanese relations.