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con·cuss

 (kən-kŭs′)
tr.v. con·cussed, con·cuss·ing, con·cuss·es
To injure by concussion: "a middle-aged woman concussed by a blow on the head" (Manchester Guardian Weekly).

[Latin concutere, concuss-, to strike together : com-, com- + quatere, to strike; see kwēt- in Indo-European roots.]
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concussed

(kənˈkʌst)
adj
(Medicine) suffering from concussion
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Translations
مُصاب بارْتِجاج دِماغي
mít otřes mozkuotřesený
have hjernerystelse
agyrázkódást szenved
meî heilahristing
kontūzytassmegenų sutrenkimas
kontuzētssatricināts
mať otras mozgu
beyin sarsıntısı geçirmiş

concussed

[kənˈkʌst] ADJ to be concussedsufrir una conmoción cerebral
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concussed

[kənˈkʌst] adjcommotionné(e)
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

concussed

[kənˈkʌst] adj to be concussed (Med) → avere una commozione cerebrale
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

concussed

(kənˈkast) adjective
suffering from concussion. He was concussed for several hours.
conˈcussion (-ʃən) noun
temporary harm to the brain caused by a heavy blow on the head. suffering from concussion.
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Fortunately, she did not suffer serious injuries but was left concussed and 'considerably shaken up.'.
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That's tell him Pele and him back John Lambie, after that striker Colin was concussed and who he was in 1993 On the transfer market: "I never finish buying players.
Charles cheerleading school is being sued by a middle school student who argues instructors forced her to resume practicing after being concussed when a teammate fell from a pyramid formation.
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WALES centre Jamie Roberts has taken to social media to have his say on reports that he played on during last Saturday's Test against New Zealand despite being concussed.
The results suggest a role for MRI in determining when to allow concussed athletes to return to competition.
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Gerard said the fall, on March 3, left him concussed and in a great deal of pain.
RUGBY UNION EXETER Chiefs are working on a project to discover what happens to the brain of a player when they are concussed.
The Spaniard, a double world champion returning to McLaren this season after five years at Ferrari, was concussed when the car hit the wall on the exit of the 240kph Turn Three at the Circuit de Catalunya.
He was 14 when he died in 2011 when he was concussed three times on the rugby pitch at a local game.