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concussedadjective

uk   us   /kənˈkʌst/
suffering from ​concussion: I ​hit my ​head and was concussed for several ​days.
(Definition of concussed from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “concussed”
in Spanish conmocionado…
in Vietnamese bị chấn động…
in Malaysian mengalami konkusi…
in Thai บาดเจ็บที่ศีรษะ…
in French commo- tionné…
in German erschüttert, eingeschüchtert…
in Chinese (Simplified) 患脑震荡的…
in Turkish beyni sarsıntısı geçiren…
in Russian с сотрясением мозга…
in Indonesian gegar otak…
in Chinese (Traditional) 患腦震盪的…
in Polish ze wstrząsem mózgu…
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