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to be wounded


Definition (British English)

be, wounded
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

be, wounded
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

be, wounded
Merriam Webster


Online Etymology Dictionary

verwundet sein



verwunden, sein

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wounded - angeschossenLast post 14 Sep 06, 21:32
In the momentary disturbance, he attempted to run away, but, after being shot at and wounded…1 Replies
fatally wounded vs. mortally woundedLast post 07 Dec 09, 06:08
Would any native speaker see a different shade of meaning between both?8 Replies
to vulnerate - verwundenLast post 27 Apr 09, 20:38
I vulnerate you.…1 Replies
woundedLast post 03 May 06, 22:42
To [him] they were nothing more than "Gypsies, filthy dogs, inhuman, wounded, dogs". Es geht…5 Replies
to be exercised - aufgeregt seinLast post 19 Jun 04, 08:29
Frage zur Übersetzung im LEO: Wenn ich dort nach "aufgeregt sein" suche kommt als Ergebnis …4 Replies
to be stretched - überbeansprucht seinLast post 05 Nov 12, 00:16
stretched (strɛtʃt) Definitions adjective under pressure and doing as much as is feasible …1 Replies
to be bugged - angezapft seinLast post 28 May 13, 09:34
vb bugs, bugging, bugged Informal 2. (tr) to conceal a microphone in (a room, etc.) http:/…9 Replies
wounded and held in a hospital - ist verwundet und wurde in einem Spital aufgenommen Last post 30 Apr 13, 18:29
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, wounded and held in a Boston hospital, has said his brother -- who was ki…5 Replies
verwundenLast post 09 Sep 09, 07:08
Hier im Haus war es unmöglich zu übersehen, dass Charlie die Trennung von meiner Mutter nie …1 Replies
to be off - gehenLast post 27 Nov 18, 15:21
adv. 1. From a place or position: drove off. 2. a. At a certain distance in space or time: …5 Replies

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