harmful

adj.
VERBS
be, prove

The spraying could prove harmful to humans.

become
consider sth

She actually considered fresh air harmful.

ADVERB
extremely, very
particularly, positively

These products are often positively harmful.

quite
possibly, potentially

A lot of these chemicals are potentially very harmful.

(not) necessarily

Not all virus infections are necessarily harmful to vines.

intrinsically
environmentally, socially

These pesticides are environmentally harmful.

PREPOSITION
to

pesticides that are harmful to the environment

Harmful is used with these nouns: ↑bacteria, ↑chemical, ↑consequence, ↑effect, ↑emission, ↑influence, ↑insect, ↑mutation, ↑pesticide, ↑radiation, ↑ray, ↑side effect, ↑substance, ↑waste

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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