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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 ?
I don't think it's fair for some girls to have plenty of pretty things, and other girls nothing at all," added little Amy, with an injured sniff.
If that was in this yellow cloth--yes," answered the injured man.
The description of this picturesque and remarkable little cataract, as given by the scout, is sufficiently correct, though the application of the water to uses of civilized life has materially injured its beauties.
No, that's just it; I felt awfully hurt and injured that he did not come up and speak to ME
And he asked in an injured tone what had become of all those old square-topped chaises, with wings sticking out on either side, that used to be drawn by a plough-horse, and driven by a farmer's wife and daughter, peddling whortle-berries and blackberries about the town.
But it is a strange experience, to a man of pride and sensibility, to know that his interests are within the control of individuals who neither love nor understand him, and by whom, since one or the other must needs happen, he would rather be injured than obliged.
I was called from these reflections by the sight of a freckled woman with yellow hair and a yellow gown, standing in the porch of the inn, under a dull red lamp swinging there, that looked much like an injured eye, and carrying on a brisk scolding with a man in a purple woollen shirt.
Sometimes, nothing is injured but the man who is thus annihilated; oftener the boat's bow is knocked off, or the thigh-board, in which the headsman stands, is torn from its place and accompanies the body.
One day a man slipped and hurt his leg; and that afternoon, when the last of the cattle had been disposed of, and the men were leaving, Jurgis was ordered to remain and do some special work which this injured man had usually done.
Thus, by the substitu- tion of nickels for gold on a king's-evil day, I not only injured no one, dissatisfied no one, but pleased all concerned and saved four-fifths of that day's national expense into the bargain -- a saving which would have been the equivalent of $800,000 in my day in America.
Then the duelists took position again; a small stream of blood was flowing down the side of the injured man's head, and over his shoulder and down his body to the floor, but he did not seem to mind this.
It injured the frauds some; but the old fool he bulled right along, spite of all the duke could say or do, and I tell you the duke was powerful uneasy.