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injury

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈɪndʒəri/ ( plural injuries)
physical harm that is done to someone: a long period of injuryinjury to sb/sth The plaintiff had claimed damages for injury to his health from exposure to asbestos dust. an injury claim/case He suffered an injury to his back at work.
harm or damage that is done to a business or its reputation: The firm filed a lawsuit against the site to prevent serious injury to its reputation. →  See also criminal injury , industrial injury , legal injury , personal injury , repetitive strain injury , work-related injury
Translations of “injury”
in Korean 부상…
in Arabic أَذَى…
in Portuguese ferimento, lesão…
in Catalan ferida, lesió…
in Japanese けが…
in Italian ferita, lesione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傷害,損傷…
in Russian рана, ушиб, повреждение…
in Turkish zarar, yaralanma, zedelenme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伤害,损伤…
in Polish obrażenia, uraz, rana…
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