Definition of 'concussion'
Example sentences containing 'concussion'
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But she was upset, and there was also a slight chance that she had hit her head and had concussion. SOMEBODY (2002)The pupil's reaction to light was normal enough but Parnell made a note to check on him every so often for delayed concussion. LET NOT THE DEEP (2002)Whatever he said now could be attributed to healing drugs or the aftermath of concussion. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE (2002)
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Translations for 'concussion'
British English: concussion /kənˈkʌʃən/ NOUN
If you suffer concussion after you hit your head, you lose consciousness or feel sick or confused.
She was rushed to the hospital with concussion.
- American English: concussion
- Arabic: اِرْتِـجَاج
- Brazilian Portuguese: concussão cerebral
- Chinese: 脑震荡
- Croatian: potres mozga
- Czech: otřes mozku
- Danish: hjernerystelse
- Dutch: hersenschudding
- European Spanish: conmoción cerebral
- Finnish: aivotärähdys
- French: commotion
- German: Gehirnerschütterung
- Greek: διάσειση
- Italian: commozione cerebrale
- Japanese: 脳震盪
- Korean: 뇌진탕
- Norwegian: hjernerystelse
- Polish: wstrząśnienie mózgu
- European Portuguese: traumatismo craniano
- Romanian: contuzie
- Russian: сотрясение
- Spanish: conmoción cerebral
- Swedish: hjärnskakning
- Thai: การสั่นอย่างแรง
- Turkish: sarsıntı
- Ukrainian: струс
- Vietnamese: sự chấn động
Definition of concussion from the Collins English Dictionary
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