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flesh woundnoun [C]

 us   /ˈfleʃˌwund/
an ​injury only to the flesh and not to the ​bones or ​innerorgans: Fortunately it was only a flesh wound, and he was ​expected to ​recovercompletely.
(Definition of flesh wound from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “flesh wound”
in Chinese (Simplified) (未伤及骨头或内脏的)皮肉伤…
in Chinese (Traditional) (未傷及骨頭或內臟的)皮肉傷…
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