Definition of 'heal'
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This presidentelect says he wants to heal the wounds of a divided nation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is time to rally and help them heal hidden wounds. The Sun (2017)It is possible that a lack of rest did not allow the injury to heal completely. The Sun (2016)If lucky enough to have been slightly wounded he would be spared such duties until his wounds had healed. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The hope is that time will help heal the wounds that divide the Tory family. The Sun (2016)It strikes when the immune system goes into overdrive trying to heal injury or infection - and can be deadly. The Sun (2016)Time will, to some extent, heal these wounds. The Sun (2016)Most bruises do, of course, heal without a scar. The Sun (2016)Family Lives will help put you in the right frame of mind to heal the rift (familylives. The Sun (2017)A series of recent dinners for bosses and their wives in Downing Street have been used as an attempt to heal the wounds. Times, Sunday Times (2016)We seek to restore and heal a nation. Christianity Today (2000)That injury is healing and he is gradually getting better. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The problem is that denial is no way to heal pain. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The sun is now in place to heal family quarrels and resolve a cash situation. The Sun (2007)It is clear that the wounds from this period have not fully healed. The Sun (2012)It was found that their burns healed in half the time it normally takes. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)Zinc is needed to heal wounds and fight off infection. The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)You cannot force him to heal the rift but you can try to strengthen your relationship. The Sun (2012)You are a scarred yet healed adult. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We found out that it had healed around infected bone and so it just snapped on impact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He held back after the injury healed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The hot sun helps to heal aches and pains and recharge batteries. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The scars on the family did not heal. Times, Sunday Times (2015)After three months the scar will be fully healed and you should be back to normal. The Sun (2012)Have all of the wounds healed now and do you keep in touch? The Sun (2011)Sharing ideas can help heal a family rift. The Sun (2012)These scars may not heal when demand recovers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)And she could be disabled for life if the injury fails to heal properly. The Sun (2006)And only time would heal the pain. Times, Sunday Times (2010)As skin ages, its ability to heal and repair itself declines. Take Care of Your Skin (1990)It also helps heal burns, research found. The Sun (2008)It heals by repair; therefore it is not going back to being 100 per cent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'heal'
British English: heal /hiːl/ VERB
When an injury such as a broken bone heals, it becomes healthy and normal again.
It will take three to four weeks before the fracture fully heals.
- American English: heal
- Arabic: يَشْفِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: cicatrizar
- Chinese: 愈合
- Croatian: zacijeliti
- Czech: hojit se
- Danish: hele
- Dutch: genezen
- European Spanish: curar
- Finnish: parantua sairaudesta
- French: guérir
- German: heilen
- Greek: θεραπεύω
- Italian: guarire
- Japanese: 治る
- Korean: (상처 등이) 낫다
- Norwegian: helbrede
- Polish: zagoić
- European Portuguese: cicatrizar
- Romanian: a vindeca
- Russian: вылечивать
- Spanish: curar
- Swedish: läka
- Thai: รักษา
- Turkish: iyileşmek
- Ukrainian: загоюватися
- Vietnamese: hàn gắn
Definition of heal from the Collins English Dictionary
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