English translation of 'magoar'
transitive verb, intransitive verb
magoar-se reflexive verb
magoar-se com algo to be hurt by sth
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'magoar' in Other Languages
British English: hurt /hɜːt/ VERB
If you hurt yourself or hurt a part of your body, you feel pain because you have injured yourself.
He hurt himself while playing basketball.
- American English: hurt
- Arabic: يُؤْذِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: machucar
- Chinese: 伤害
- Croatian: ozlijediti
- Czech: zranit
- Danish: skade
- Dutch: pijn doen
- European Spanish: hacer daño dolor
- Finnish: satuttaa
- French: blesser
- German: verletzen
- Greek: πληγώνω
- Italian: ferire
- Japanese: 傷つける
- Korean: (...을) 다치게 하다
- Norwegian: skade
- Polish: zranić
- European Portuguese: magoar
- Romanian: a răni
- Russian: причинять боль
- Spanish: hacer daño
- Swedish: göra illa
- Thai: ทำให้บาดเจ็บ
- Turkish: incitmek
- Ukrainian: ушкоджувати
- Vietnamese: làm đau
British English: maul VERB
If you are mauled by an animal, you are attacked and badly injured by it.
He had been mauled by a bear.
Translation of magoar from the Collins Portuguese to English
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