What is another word for incurs?

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[ ɪnkˈɜːz], [ ɪnkˈɜːz], [ ɪ_n_k_ˈɜː_z]

How to use "Incurs" in context?

Incurs is a verb meaning "to cause (someone) to suffer loss or harm." This Latin word is built from the prefix in-, meaning "against" or "upon," and currere, meaning "to run." Vice versa, the word "incursus" is the past participle of incurrere, meaning "to cause (something) to enter.

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