English version

come to no harm/not come to any harm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcome to no harm/not come to any harmcome to no harm/not come to any harmINJUREto not be hurt or damaged She was relieved to see the children had come to no harm. harm
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come to no harm/not come to any harmFortunately, none of the hostages came to any serious harm.If you keep quiet, you'll come to no harm.I'm sure Craig's old enough to catch a train into town without coming to any harm.
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