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injure

verb /ˈindʒə/
to harm or damage
herir, lastimar, hacer daño
He injured his arm when he fell They were badly injured when the car crashed A story like that could injure his reputation His pride has been injured.
injured adjective (also noun) (people who have been) wounded or harmed
herido, lesionado
The injured (people) were all taken to hospital after the accident.
(of feelings, pride etc) hurt
herido
’Why didn’t you tell me before?’ he said in an injured voice.
injurious /inˈdʒuəriəs/ adjective (with to) harmful
perjudicial, dañino, nocivo
Smoking is injurious to one’s health.
injury noun ( plural injuries) (an instance of) harm or damage
lesión
Badly designed chairs can cause injury to the spine The motorcyclist received severe injuries in the crash.
Translations of “injure”
in Arabic يُؤْذي…
in Korean 다치다…
in Malaysian melukai…
in French blesser, nuire (à)…
in Turkish yaralamak, incitmek…
in Italian ferire, ferirsi, far male a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傷害,損害…
in Russian повреждать, ушибать(ся)…
in Polish zranić, skaleczyć…
in Vietnamese gây thương tích…
in Portuguese ferir, machucar…
in Thai ทำร้าย…
in German verletzen…
in Catalan ferir, lesionar…
in Japanese ~にけがをさせる…
in Indonesian melukai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伤害,损害…
(Definition of injure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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