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band·age

 (băn′dĭj)
n.
A strip of material such as gauze used to protect, immobilize, compress, or support a wound or injured body part.
tr.v. band·aged, band·ag·ing, band·ag·es
To apply a bandage to.

[French, from Old French bande, band, strip; see band1.]

band′ag·er n.

bandage

(ˈbændɪdʒ)
n
1. (Medicine) a piece of material used to dress a wound, bind a broken limb, etc
2. a strip of any soft material used for binding, etc
vb
(Medicine) to cover or bind with a bandage
[C16: from French, from band strip, band2]

band•age

(ˈbæn dɪdʒ)

n., v. -aged, -ag•ing. n.
1. a strip of cloth or other material used to bind up a wound, sore, sprain, etc.
2. anything used as a band or ligature.
v.t.
3. to bind or cover with a bandage.
[1590–1600; < Middle French; see band2, -age]
band′ag•er, n.

bandage


Past participle: bandaged
Gerund: bandaging

Imperative
bandage
bandage
Present
I bandage
you bandage
he/she/it bandages
we bandage
you bandage
they bandage
Preterite
I bandaged
you bandaged
he/she/it bandaged
we bandaged
you bandaged
they bandaged
Present Continuous
I am bandaging
you are bandaging
he/she/it is bandaging
we are bandaging
you are bandaging
they are bandaging
Present Perfect
I have bandaged
you have bandaged
he/she/it has bandaged
we have bandaged
you have bandaged
they have bandaged
Past Continuous
I was bandaging
you were bandaging
he/she/it was bandaging
we were bandaging
you were bandaging
they were bandaging
Past Perfect
I had bandaged
you had bandaged
he/she/it had bandaged
we had bandaged
you had bandaged
they had bandaged
Future
I will bandage
you will bandage
he/she/it will bandage
we will bandage
you will bandage
they will bandage
Future Perfect
I will have bandaged
you will have bandaged
he/she/it will have bandaged
we will have bandaged
you will have bandaged
they will have bandaged
Future Continuous
I will be bandaging
you will be bandaging
he/she/it will be bandaging
we will be bandaging
you will be bandaging
they will be bandaging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been bandaging
you have been bandaging
he/she/it has been bandaging
we have been bandaging
you have been bandaging
they have been bandaging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been bandaging
you will have been bandaging
he/she/it will have been bandaging
we will have been bandaging
you will have been bandaging
they will have been bandaging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been bandaging
you had been bandaging
he/she/it had been bandaging
we had been bandaging
you had been bandaging
they had been bandaging
Conditional
I would bandage
you would bandage
he/she/it would bandage
we would bandage
you would bandage
they would bandage
Past Conditional
I would have bandaged
you would have bandaged
he/she/it would have bandaged
we would have bandaged
you would have bandaged
they would have bandaged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bandage - a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the bodybandage - a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the body
adhesive bandage - bandage consisting of a medical dressing of plain absorbent gauze held in place by a plastic or fabric tape coated with adhesive
capeline bandage - bandage that covers the head or an amputation stump like a cap
plaster bandage, plaster cast, cast - bandage consisting of a firm covering (often made of plaster of Paris) that immobilizes broken bones while they heal
compression bandage, tourniquet - bandage that stops the flow of blood from an artery by applying pressure
medical dressing, dressing - a cloth covering for a wound or sore
elastic bandage - a bandage containing stretchable material that can apply local pressure
four-tailed bandage - a bandage consisting of a strip of cloth split in two on both ends; the central part is placed under the chin to restrict motion of the mandible and the tails are tied over the top of the head
gauze, gauze bandage - (medicine) bleached cotton cloth of plain weave used for bandages and dressings
immovable bandage - a bandage of cloth impregnated with a substance (e.g., plaster of Paris) that hardens soon after it is applied
oblique bandage - a bandage in which successive turns proceed obliquely up or down a limb
roller bandage - bandage consisting of a strip of sterile fabric (of variable width) rolled into a cylinder to facilitate application
scarf bandage, triangular bandage, sling - bandage to support an injured forearm; consisting of a wide triangular piece of cloth hanging from around the neck
suspensory, suspensory bandage - a bandage of elastic fabric applied to uplift a dependant part (as the scrotum or a pendulous breast)
swathe, wrapping - an enveloping bandage
truss - (medicine) a bandage consisting of a pad and belt; worn to hold a hernia in place by pressure
Verb1.bandage - wrap around with something so as to cover or enclosebandage - wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose
fasten, fix, secure - cause to be firmly attached; "fasten the lock onto the door"; "she fixed her gaze on the man"
2.bandage - dress by covering or bindingbandage - dress by covering or binding; "The nurse bandaged a sprained ankle"; "bandage an incision"
practice of medicine, medicine - the learned profession that is mastered by graduate training in a medical school and that is devoted to preventing or alleviating or curing diseases and injuries; "he studied medicine at Harvard"
dress - apply a bandage or medication to; "dress the victim's wounds"
ligate - bind with a bandage or ligature; "ligate the artery"

bandage

noun
1. dressing, plaster, sling, compress, gauze, lint, tourniquet His chest was swathed in bandages.
verb
1. dress, cover, bind, wrap, swathe, strap up, put a bandage on Apply a dressing to the wound and bandage it.

bandage

verb
To apply therapeutic materials to (a wound):
Translations
ضِمادضِمَادةيَضَمِّديُضَمِّدُ
obvazobvázat
bandageforbinde
sidesitoa
povitizavoj
binda umsáraumbúîirumbúðir
包帯包帯をする
붕대붕대를 감다
subintuotisutvarstytitvarstis
apsaitētpārsējspārsietsaite
obvezaobvezati
bandageförbinda
ผ้าพันแผลพันแผล
bandajbandajlamaksargısargı bezisargı beziyle sarmak
băng bóbăng dán cứu thương

bandage

[ˈbændɪdʒ]
A. Nvenda f
B. VT (also to bandage up) → vendar
with a bandaged handcon una mano vendada

bandage

[ˈbændɪdʒ]
n (= dressing) → bandage m
vt [+ wound, leg] → mettre un bandage à, bander
The nurse bandaged his arm → L'infirmière lui a bandé le bras., L'infirmière lui a mis un bandage au bras.
a man with a bandaged head → un homme à la tête bandée

bandage

nVerband m; (= strip of cloth)Binde f
vt (also bandage up) cutverbinden; broken limbbandagieren; with his heavily bandaged wristmit einem dick verbundenen Handgelenk

bandage

[ˈbændɪdʒ]
1. nfascia, benda
2. vtfasciare, bendare

bandage

(ˈbӕndidʒ) noun
(a piece of) cloth for binding up a wound, or a broken bone. She had a bandage on her injured finger.
verb
to cover with a bandage. The doctor bandaged the boy's foot.

bandage

ضِمَادة, يُضَمِّدُ obvaz, obvázat bandage, forbinde Verband, verbinden επιδένω, επίδεσμος vendaje, vendar side, sitoa bandage, bander poviti, zavoj fasciare, fasciatura 包帯, 包帯をする 붕대, 붕대를 감다 verband, verbinden bandasje, forbinde bandaż, zabandażować bandagem, enfaixar, ligadura, ligar бинт, накладывать повязку bandage, förbinda ผ้าพันแผล, พันแผล sargı, sarmak băng bó, băng dán cứu thương 打绷带, 绷带

ban·dage

n. venda, vendaje, faja;
vt. vendar, ligar, atar.

bandage

n (material) venda, (once placed) vendaje m; adhesive — vendaje adhesivo, venda adhesiva, cura; (small) curita (Amer), tirita (Esp); compression — vendaje compresivo; elastic — venda elástica, vendaje elástico; figure-of-eight — vendaje en ocho; pressure — vendaje compresivo
References in classic literature ?
He was the kindest of nurses, and at stated times took off the bandages, and steeped them in the cooling liquid that was kept ready, and put them on again, with a patient tenderness that I was deeply grateful for.
The combatants were placed face to face, each with several members of his own corps about him to assist; two seconds, well padded, and with swords in their hands, took their stations; a student belonging to neither of the opposing corps placed himself in a good position to umpire the combat; another student stood by with a watch and a memorandum-book to keep record of the time and the number and nature of the wounds; a gray-haired surgeon was present with his lint, his bandages, and his instruments.
Next day, however, she was awfully tender, and gave out bandages to every one, and they played till bed-time at limping about and carrying their arms in slings.
His head, swathed in bandages covered with blood, lay on a pillow.
I threw up my arm to defend myself from the blow that flung me headlong with a broken forearm; and the great monster, swathed in lint and with red-stained bandages fluttering about it, leapt over me and passed.
The appearance of the infant, however, while in this state of compression, is whimsically hideous, and "its little black eyes," we are told, "being forced out by the tightness of the bandages, resemble those of a mouse choked in a trap.
He also thought of his brother; and whilst the latter was thus vividly present to his mind the door opened, and John entered, hurrying to the bedside of the prisoner, who stretched out his broken limbs and his hands tied up in bandages towards that glorious brother, whom he now excelled, not in services rendered to the country, but in the hatred which the Dutch bore him.
Now, the young lady happened to be lame, and had to have her foot bandaged up every day; so she kept a basketful of bandages, all nicely rolled and ready.
Absently, I had taken off my white bandage and wound it about my right arm.
I had to tear part of my shirt into bits to obtain a bandage, but at last the job was done.
At nine o'clock the president of the club presented himself; the general was ready, the president informed him that one of the conditions of his introduction was that he should be eternally ignorant of the place of meeting, and that he would allow his eyes to be bandaged, swearing that he would not endeavor to take off the bandage.
The bandage was taken off his eyes and, by the faint light of the burning spirit, Pierre, as in a dream, saw several men standing before him, wearing aprons like the Rhetor's and holding swords in their hands pointed at his breast.