French translation of 'sprained'
to have a sprained ankle
s'être foulé(e) la cheville,
s'être fait(e) une entorse à la chevilleto have a sprained wrist
s'être foulé le poignet,
s'être fait une entorse au poignet
Example Sentences Including 'sprained'
`And you've cracked two ribs, and badly sprained your wrist.RESCUING ROSE (2002)
She knelt down to look at Bess's ankle, hoping it was not sprained.The Secret of the Forgotten City
Two days before they were to leave for Paris Laura slipped and sprained her ankle.The Image of Laura
Trends of 'sprained'
View usage over:
⇒ It's just a sprain.
C'est juste une entorse.
to sprain one's ankle
se faire une entorse à la cheville,
se fouler la chevilleto sprain one's wrist
se faire une entorse au poignet,
se fouler le poignet
Example Sentences Including 'sprain'
`This sprain 's nearly better, but every so often it lets me down.Forests of the Night
To trip and fall, to sprain an ankle or cut into his wetsuit because of a careless movement, would screw up the whole operation.Cormorant
He turned to me and said, `I'm no doctor, but I don't think there's a break - just laid-open skin and a nasty sprain.Anti-Ice
Translation of sprained from the Collins English to French Dictionary