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Daily life: Injuries


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backward(s)
in the direction behind you
bandage
a ​long, ​narrow ​piece of ​cloth that is ​tied around an ​injury or a ​part of someone's ​body that has been ​hurt
bang sth
hit a part of your body against sth when you are moving
bleed
loose blood from your body
blood
the ​red ​liquid that is ​sent around the ​body by the ​heart
bruised
an ​injury or ​mark where the ​skin has not been ​broken but is ​darker in ​colour, often as a ​result of being ​hit by something
burn
to be ​hurt, ​damaged, or ​destroyed by ​fire or ​extreme ​heat
come round
become conscious again
conscious
in a woken up state
cover sth
put sth over sth, especially to proctect it
cut
an ​injury made when the ​skin is cut with something ​sharp
develop
grow or increase
dizzy
feeling as if everything is turning around and you might fall
dressing
a ​covering that is put on a ​cut or an ​area of ​damaged ​skin to ​protect it
elbow
the ​part in the ​middle of the ​arm where it ​bends
faint
to loose conscious (SYN pass out)
forward(s)
in the direction in front of you
heal
to make or ​become well again, ​especially after a ​cut or other ​injury
heal up
the skin or bone grows back together and becomes healthy again
infection
an illness caused by bacteria or a virus
injure
to ​hurt or ​cause ​physical ​harm to a ​person or ​animal
injury
an area of damage done to sb's body, especilaly in an accident
nasty
very bad or unpleasant
pass out
to loose conscious (SYN faint)
prevent sth
stop sth from happening
prevention
the act of stopping sth from happening
running water
water stream
slipped
to slide without intending to
swollen
large than usual because of an injury
symptom
a change in your body which is a sign of illness
temporarily
for a short time only
thoroughly
in a very careful and complete way
unconscious
in a state like sleep, often caused by an injury
wound
an area of damage to part of your body