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The other two stretcher bars were fractured and bolts were missing. Times, Sunday Times (2011)There are also at least two paramedics by the pitch and stretcher bearers are on standby. The Sun (2012)The wooden jumper stretcher on the bed was a gift from a friend. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He was given oxygen in the ring then carried to an ambulance on a stretcher. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The England hopeful was taken off on a stretcher after just nine minutes with an ankle injury. The Sun (2015)She was taken out on a makeshift stretcher, which was like a ladder? Times, Sunday Times (2011)The centre-back was taken off on a stretcher wearing a neck brace and needing oxygen. The Sun (2014)On a stretcher they are carrying a mannequin, which is doubling as a wounded man. Times, Sunday Times (2012)She was in agony and had to be carried away on a stretcher to an ambulance after her ski jump went disastrously wrong. The Sun (2016)He had used a makeshift stretcher to carry her out of a Tube tunnel. The Sun (2015)The Germans fired at the stretcher bearers who tried to reach them. THE GUARDSMEN (2004)As two stretcher bearers tried to rescue the victim, they triggered a bomb. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All the victims remained conscious, but at least one had to be taken by stretcher to an ambulance. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It takes nearly 20 minutes to strap her into the stretcher and carry her to the helicopter through the snow. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It is not an easy journey for the nauseous patient, who is soon vomiting down the side of the stretcher bed into a cardboard carton. The Sun (2008)He added: 'If the stretcher bar was missing the rail would have been left flapping about. The Sun (2007)The City defender was carried off on a stretcher just five minutes into last night's friendly. The Sun (2011)He was then taken into the defendants' cage on a stretcher, wearing sunglasses and covered by a green blanket. The Sun (2012)Play was suspended for six minutes while medical staff tended to the midfielder, who left the field on a stretcher wearing a neck brace and oxygen mask. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Investigators found that one of three stretcher bars, which keep rails a uniform distance apart, was missing from the faulty points. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Inglés británico: stretcher /ˈstrɛtʃə/ NOUN
A stretcher is a long piece of canvas with a pole along each side, which is used to carry an injured person.
They put him on a stretcher and got him into the ambulance.
- Inglés americano: stretcher
- Árabe: نَقَالَة
- Portugués brasileño: maca
- Chino: 担架
- Croata: nosila
- Checo: nosítka
- Danés: båre
- Holandés: stretcher
- Español europeo: camilla
- Finlandés: paarit
- Francés: brancard
- Alemán: Tragbahre
- Griego: φορείο
- Italiano: barella
- Japonés: 担架
- Coreano: 들것
- Noruego: (syke)båre
- Polaco: nosze
- Portugués: maca
- Rumano: targă
- Ruso: носилки
- Español: camilla
- Sueco: bår
- Tailandés: เปลหาม
- Turco: sedye
- Ucraniano: ноші
- Vietnamita: cái cáng thương
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