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Definición de “wrench” en inglés

wrench

verb     /rentʃ/
[T + adv/prep] to pull and twist something suddenly or violently away from a fixed position: The photographer tripped over a lead, wrenching a microphone from its stand. The phone had been wrenched from/off the wall. The ball was wrenched out of his grasp by another player. His hands were tied but he managed to wrench himself free.Pulling [T] to twist part of your body badly, such as your arm or leg, and injure it: He wrenched his right shoulder during a game of hockey.Injuring and injuries [T usually passive] to suddenly take someone from people they love, causing them great unhappiness: At the age of eight, she was wrenched from her foster parents and sent to live with another family.Isolating and separating
(Definition of wrench verb from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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