Translation of injury in Spanish:

injury

Pronunciation: /ˈɪndʒəri/

n (pl -ries)

c u
  • herida (f) to receive/sustain an injury recibir/sufrir una herida injuries to the hands and face heridas en manos y cara to do oneself an injury hacerse* daño, lastimarse internal/head injuries heridas internas/en la cabeza an injury to sb's pride/reputation un agravio al orgullo/a la reputación de algn (before n) injury time (BrE) [Sport] tiempo (m) de descuento
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    • Carey has had a recurrence of an ankle injury which has severely limited his training.
    • He suffered leg and back injuries as he fell to the ground when the vehicle crashed into a hedge.
    • It is feared the man will not walk again because of the severe spinal injuries he suffered.

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