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bruise

noun [C]
 
 
/bruːz/
B2 a dark area on your skin where you have been hurt
yara, bere, çürük
He suffered cuts and bruises after falling off his bike.Skin complaints and blemishes
bruise verb [T] to cause someone or something to have a bruise
yaralamak, yaralanmasına sebep olmak
[often passive] He was badly bruised in the accident.Skin complaints and blemishes
bruising noun [U]
morartı
Translations of “bruise”
in Arabic رَضّة, كَدَمة…
in Korean 멍…
in Malaysian lebam…
in French bleu, meurtrissure…
in Italian livido, contusione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 碰傷,瘀傷…
in Russian синяк…
in Polish siniak…
in Vietnamese vết thâm tím…
in Spanish morado, magulladura…
in Portuguese contusão…
in Thai แผลฟกช้ำ…
in German die Quetschung, blauer Fleck…
in Catalan blau…
in Japanese あざ, 打撲傷…
in Indonesian memar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 碰伤,瘀伤…
(Definition of bruise from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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