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bandage

noun [C or U] uk   us   /ˈbæn.dɪdʒ/
A2 (US also gauze) a long, narrow piece of cloth that is tied around an injury or a part of someone's body that has been hurt US a Band-Aid
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verb [T] uk   us   /ˈbæn.dɪdʒ/
to tie a bandage around an injury or part of someone's body, or put bandages on someone or something: You ought to bandage (up) that cut. the dog's bandaged paw
Translations of “bandage”
in Arabic ضِماد, ـة, لِفافة…
in Korean 붕대, 밴드, 반창고…
in Malaysian kain pemablut…
in French pansement…
in Turkish bandaj, sargı…
in Italian benda, fascia, cerotto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 繃帶…
in Russian бинт…
in Polish bandaż…
in Vietnamese băng gạc…
in Spanish venda, vendaje…
in Portuguese bandagem, atadura, faixa…
in Thai ผ้าพันแผล…
in German der Verband…
in Catalan bena, tireta…
in Japanese 包帯, 絆創膏(ばんそうこう)…
in Indonesian perban, pembalut…
in Chinese (Simplified) 绷带…
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