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Translation of "sprain" - English-Spanish dictionary

sprain

verb /sprein/
to twist (a joint, especially the ankle or wrist) in such a way as to tear or stretch the ligaments
hacerse un esguince
She sprained her ankle yesterday.
Translations of “sprain”
in Arabic يَلتَوي…
in Korean 삐다…
in Malaysian terseliuh…
in French (se) fouler, se donner une entorse à…
in Turkish burkmak, incitmek…
in Italian storcere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 扭傷(關節)…
in Russian растянуть связки…
in Polish skręcić…
in Vietnamese làm bong gân…
in Portuguese torcer…
in Thai ทำให้เคล็ด…
in German verstauchen…
in Catalan fer-se un esquinç…
in Japanese (関節など)を捻挫(ねんざ)する, くじく…
in Indonesian terkilir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扭伤(关节)…
(Definition of sprain from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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