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beneficial

Legal Definition of beneficial

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Definition of beneficial

Etymology

    From Late Latin beneficiālis (“beneficial”), from Latin beneficium (“benefit, favor, kindness”).

Adjective

beneficial (comparative more beneficial, superlative most beneficial)

  1. Helpful or good to something or someone.

    Recycling and reusing garbage can have beneficial effects on the environment.

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