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woundnoun [C]

uk   us   /wuːnd/

wound noun [C] (INJURY)

B2 a ​damagedarea of the ​body, such as a ​cut or ​hole in the ​skin or ​flesh made by a ​weapon: a ​gunshot wound a ​chest/​leg wound a flesh wound (= one that is not ​deep) He ​died from ​multiple stab wounds to the ​neck and ​upperbody.
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wound noun [C] (UPSET)

a ​problem or ​greatunhappiness: She ​refuses to ​talk about the ​incident, saying it would only reopen old wounds (= make her ​rememberunhappy past ​experiences).

woundverb [T usually passive]

uk   us   /wuːnd/

wound verb [T usually passive] (INJURE)

B2 to ​damage an ​area of the ​body, ​especially by making a ​cut or ​hole in the ​skin: Flying ​glass wounded her in the ​face and ​neck. The ​policechief was badly wounded in the ​explosion.
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wound verb [T usually passive] (UPSET)

to make someone ​feelupset: He was ​deeply wounded by her ​fiercecriticism.

woundverb

uk   us   /waʊnd/
past simple and past participle of wind
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wound

 us   /wɑʊnd/

wound (WIND)

past simple and past participle of wind

woundnoun [C]

 us   /wund/

wound noun [C] (INJURY)

a ​hurt or ​injury to the ​body, such as a ​cut or ​tear in the ​skin or ​flesh: a ​puncture wound He had a ​deep wound in his ​arm and had ​lost a lot of ​blood.

woundverb [T]

 us   /wund/

wound verb [T] (HURT FEELINGS)

to ​hurt the ​feelings of someone; ​upset: He ​totallyignored her, and she was ​deeply wounded.

wound verb [T] (INJURE)

to ​hurt or ​injure the ​body, as with a ​cut or ​tear in the ​skin or ​flesh: Several ​people were wounded by ​fallingrocks.
(Definition of wound from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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