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flesh wound

Translation of flesh wound in Spanish:

noun

  • herida (feminine) superficial
    Example sentences
    • A gaping, bloody, hurt-like-coconuts flesh wound, but a flesh wound at that.
    • While it wasn't a flesh wound, his bullet wound couldn't be all that bad, or he never would've stayed on his feet so long.
    • Ben had explained to her that his injury, while a flesh wound, had not been cleaned properly, and as a result was badly infected.

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