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See also: négligence
- The state of being negligent.
- negligence while driving
- 1946 January and February, T. S. Lascelles, “A Series of False Signals”, in Railway Magazine, page 43:
- The Woodwalton signalman, Rose, who was severely censured in Captain Tyler's report, behaved with great negligence.
- (law, singular only) The tort whereby a duty of reasonable care was breached, causing damage: any conduct short of intentional or reckless action that falls below the legal standard for preventing unreasonable injury.
- (law, uncountable) The breach of a duty of care: the failure to exercise a standard of care that a reasonable person would have in a similar situation.
- The breach of a duty of care is one element of the tort of negligence, but is also called negligence; one must therefore take care to clarify what is meant.
failure to exercise a standard of care (law)
negligence f (uncountable)
- negligence (state of being negligent)
- French: négligence