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in·jure

 (ĭn′jər)
tr.v. in·jured, in·jur·ing, in·jures
1.
a. To cause physical harm to; hurt: The accident injured the passengers. The fall injured his knee.
b. To experience injury in (oneself or a body part): She injured her ankle climbing down the hill.
2.
a. To cause damage to; impair: The gossip injured his reputation.
b. To commit an injustice or offense against; wrong: people who were injured by the false accusations.
3. To cause distress to; wound: injured their feelings.

[Middle English injuren, to wrong, dishonor, from Old French injurier, from Latin iniūriārī, from iniūria, a wrong; see injury.]

in′jur·er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.injured - harmed; "injured soldiers"; "injured feelings"
broken - physically and forcibly separated into pieces or cracked or split; "a broken mirror"; "a broken tooth"; "a broken leg"; "his neck is broken"
damaged - harmed or injured or spoiled; "I won't buy damaged goods"; "the storm left a wake of badly damaged buildings"
impaired - diminished in strength, quality, or utility; "impaired eyesight"
unsound - not sound financially; "unsound banking practices"
uninjured - not injured physically or mentally

injured

adjective
1. hurt, damaged, wounded, broken, cut, crushed, disabled, weakened, bruised, scarred, crook (Austral. & N.Z. slang), fractured, lamed, mutilated, maimed, mangled The injured man had a superficial stomach wound.
2. wronged, abused, harmed, insulted, offended, tainted, tarnished, blackened, maligned, vilified, mistreated, dishonoured, defamed, ill-treated, maltreated, ill-used As yet, there has been no complaint from the injured party.
Translations
جَريح، جَرْحىمَجْروحمَجْرُوحٌ
raněnýuraženýzraněný
kvæstetsåret
loukkaantunut
ozlijeđen
særîurslasaîur
傷ついた
상처 입은
ranjenranjenci
skadad
ที่ได้รับบาดเจ็บ
bị thương

injured

[ˈɪndʒəd]
A. ADJ
1. (physically) [person, animal, limb] → herido, lesionado; [player] → lesionado
2. (fig) [tone, look] → dolido; [feelings] → herido
to give sb an injured lookmirar a algn con expresión dolida
to say sth in an injured tonedecir algo con tono dolido
injured prideorgullo m herido
3. (Jur) the injured partyla parte perjudicada
B. NPL there were four injuredhubo cuatro heridos
the injuredlos heridos

injured

[ˈɪndʒərd]
adj
[person, animal] → blessé(e); [leg, arm, hand] → blessé(e)
[pride] → blessé(e); [tone] → offensé(e)
a look of injured pride → un regard où se lisait l'orgueil blessé
injured feelings → des blessures d'amour-propre injured party
npl
the injured → les blessés mplinjured party n (= victim) → partie f lésée

injured

[ˈɪndʒəd]
1. adj (person, leg) → ferito/a; (tone, feelings) → offeso/a
2. npl the injuredi feriti

injure

(ˈindʒə) verb
to harm or damage. He injured his arm when he fell; They were badly injured when the car crashed; A story like that could injure his reputation; His pride has been injured.
ˈinjured adjective
1. (also noun) (people who have been) wounded or harmed. The injured (people) were all taken to hospital after the accident.
2. (of feelings, pride etc) hurt. `Why didn't you tell me before?' he said in an injured voice.
injurious (inˈdʒuəriəs) adjective
(with to) harmful. Smoking is injurious to one's health.
ˈinjuryplural ˈinjuries noun
(an instance of) harm or damage. Badly designed chairs can cause injury to the spine; The motorcyclist received severe injuries in the crash.

injured

مَجْرُوحٌ zraněný såret verletzt τραυματισμένος lesionado loukkaantunut blessé ozlijeđen ferito 傷ついた 상처 입은 gewond såret ranny ferido раненный skadad ที่ได้รับบาดเจ็บ yaralanmış bị thương 受伤的

injured

a. pp. de to injure, lastimado-a, dañado-a; herido-a.
References in classic literature ?
When horses are injured, are they improved or deteriorated?
And will not men who are injured be deteriorated in that which is the proper virtue of man?
In this way you have enemies in all those whom you have injured in seizing that principality, and you are not able to keep those friends who put you there because of your not being able to satisfy them in the way they expected, and you cannot take strong measures against them, feeling bound to them.
In conclusion, I say that these colonies are not costly, they are more faithful, they injure less, and the injured, as has been said, being poor and scattered, cannot hurt.
From an attachment to her husband, which in itself does honour to both, she cannot forgive the endeavours at preventing their union, which have been attributed to selfishness in Lady Susan; but in this case, as well as in many others, the world has most grossly injured that lady, by supposing the worst where the motives of her conduct have been doubtful.
But, Michael, sliding helplessly down the perpendicular bottom of the crate, fetched up with his full weight on the injured paw.
There ensued a terrible tumult; a large number of persons were seriously injured.
SOCRATES: Nor when injured injure in return, as the many imagine; for we must injure no one at all?
The more he was thus injured, the more and the harder did Patsy bat.
But all this does not tell us," said Athos, "how you injured your boat.
Mrs Partridge could not bear this imputation with patience; and having no other remedy in the present place but tears, she called forth a plentiful assistance from them, and then addressing herself to Mr Allworthy, she said (or rather cried), "May it please your worship, there never was any poor woman so injured as I am by that base man; for this is not the only instance of his falsehood to me.
You are severe,' returned he, bowing slightly and drawing himself up with a proud yet injured air.