Definition of 'injury'
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They also tended to a person who suffered a serious arm injury after slipping on ice. The Sun (2017)Two colleagues suffered minor injuries as they tried to help him. The Sun (2016)Three people in the car suffered minor injuries. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She was pulled along the road and suffered arm and leg injuries. The Sun (2016)Their mother did not suffer any serious injuries. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The change in law would mean compulsory third-party injury and damage insurance for all vehicles involved in sports. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Recent wars have led to physical or mental injuries for 83,000 ex-soldiers. The Sun (2017)A number of hurdles lie ahead before any claim can succeed, including overcoming the time limit on bringing personal injury claims before the courts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The prospect for personal injury lawyers is alarming. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There were no reports of new injuries or damage. The Sun (2010)The young dad was left with serious facial injuries. The Sun (2010)Two other politicians sustained minor injuries trying to put out the flames. Times, Sunday Times (2014)To have three players depart for reasons other than physical injury is thought to be unique. The Sun (2014)He was carried off on a stretcher with a leg injury. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Seek advice from a personal injury lawyer at once. The Sun (2015)Police and the fire service reported no damage or injuries. The Sun (2009)Shocked pupils saw him lying in the street with serious head injuries. The Sun (2012)Two had to be airlifted to hospital while their pals escaped with minor injuries. The Sun (2010)They did not look terrified and there was no evidence of physical injury. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Lithuanian drivers did not have personal injuries insurance. Times, Sunday Times (2012)No injuries or structural damage were reported. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He rode the next day not knowing he had serious injury. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Two car victims with minor injuries also had to be freed. The Sun (2011)The victims show no obvious signs of physical injury. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Failure to do this could result in a claim for personal injury or negligence. Times, Sunday Times (2007)His girlfriend spent three months in hospital and eight other passengers had spinal injuries and nerve damage. Times, Sunday Times (2014)During one particularly bad incident he suffered a leg injury that required him to take time off school. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Officers found four males suffering injuries. The Sun (2011)Dozens of people suffered head injuries. The Sun (2013)But what happens should a batsman in the present Test squad suffer injury? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Retired at Wimbledon with a leg injury in second round. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'injury'
British English: injury /ˈɪndʒərɪ/ NOUN
An injury is damage done to a person's body.
The passengers escaped serious injury.
- American English: injury
- Arabic: إِصَابَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ferimento
- Chinese: 伤害
- Croatian: ozljeda
- Czech: zranění
- Danish: skade
- Dutch: verwonding
- European Spanish: lesión
- Finnish: vamma vaurio
- French: blessure
- German: Verletzung
- Greek: τραύμα
- Italian: lesione
- Japanese: 怪我
- Korean: 부상 상처
- Norwegian: skade
- Polish: rana
- European Portuguese: ferimento
- Romanian: rană
- Russian: травма
- Spanish: lesión
- Swedish: skada
- Thai: ความบาดเจ็บ
- Turkish: yara
- Ukrainian: травма
- Vietnamese: vết thương
Definition of injury from the Collins English Dictionary
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