- bullet/war woundherida de bala/guerrahead/chest woundherida en la cabeza/el pechogetting the sack was a terrible wound to my prideme hirió profundamente en mi orgullo que me echaranto reopen old woundsabrir viejas heridasto lick one's wounds (person)recobrarse del golpe
lamerse las heridas(animal)
lamerse las heridasExample sentences
- He had sustained fractures to his skull, pelvis, and lower back, chest wounds and a broken arm.
- He received a number of stitches for knife wounds to his chest and arm.
- He also had two stitches put in a wound to his scalp after being taken by ambulance to the Royal Lancaster Infirmary.
- You try to rekindle old flames and remember the past and tend to open old emotional wounds.
- In a short period of time old wounds were opened up and picked over, and legal assumptions about historical restitution were overturned.
- Reminiscing, the thought opens up old wounds for the proud Clare man.
- his words wounded hersus palabras la hirieronExample sentences
- When soldiers surrounded the house, Mr Shwairah let off eight bursts of gunfire, seriously wounding one of the soldiers.
- Three of the soldiers that I knew as comrades were seriously wounded by shrapnel and gunfire.
- He still remembers the day when a deer unexpectedly attacked a former zoo official, seriously wounding him in the arm.
- Challenges of this kind confront their notion of who they are, puncturing their complacency and wounding their egos, so that they are rarely able to resist responding.
- That purge is wounding enough interests and egos to explain the current rift in the party, whatever else might be hidden in its depths.
- It's a problem, and it's often more than a matter of not wounding a buddy's ego.