Damaging is an adjective; it means causing physical damage or having a detrimental effect on someone or something. So if someone is given the cold shoulder or sent to Coventry it can be damaging to their health and well-being. If someone is given a smack in the chops for no reason, this can affect their emotional well-being as well as being physically damaging.
Malcolm’s temperamental bullshit is extremely damaging to both the project and his co-workers.
by AKACroatalin August 22, 2016
To be rejected or hurt or dumped by someone you're romantically interested in. Common symptoms include sleeping a lot, feeling like you're going to die, and wanting desperately to take a toaster bath.
Man, I got damaged today, and it hurt like hell.
by Kongamuse October 31, 2011
n. The total of a bill in a place of business, usually when the bill is large. Probably came from the situation where someone wrecks the place and offers to pay for any damage.
Patron: What's the damage?
Waiter: Three bills.
by fizzle April 11, 2004
Describing something that is awesome, or maybe even EPIC.
"Dude your camera is so sick, it does some serious damage."
by hehhhhh June 5, 2009
slang for problem or deal.Often used in fights
KP says:God whats maddie's damage?
Molly says:I dont kno, shes the one who called u a slut
Maddie says:My damage is that ur mean :'(
by Tibitz March 27, 2005
To be damaged means that something's value or usefulness has been reduced.
I went on a date with shawty girl last night, she has so much baggage that comes with her, she's just straight up DAMAGED!
by Thicklilmiss October 30, 2016
An intense example of any negative physical or psychological factor in a given situation.
1. That (game) level gave me so much damage.
2. God, that Sue, she gives me maximum damage when she talks.
by Estookay April 27, 2003