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used to suggest that it would be a good idea for someone to do something It wouldn't do you any harm to clean yourself up.
it wouldn't do somebody any harm (to do something)jump to other results
used to tell someone not to worry because they have caused no serious damage or injury Forget it, Dave, no harm done.
no harm done (informal)jump to other results
in a safe place where someone or something cannot be hurt or injured or do any damage to someone or something She put the knife in a drawer, out of harm's way. I prefer the children to play in the garden where they're out of harm's way.
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used to tell someone that something is a good idea and will not cause any problems He may say no, but there's no harm in asking. It does no harm to ask.
there is no harm in (somebody's) doing something, it does no harm (for somebody) to do somethingjump to other results