HyperDic: fer-se_mal

Català > 2 sentits de l'expressió fer-se mal:
VERBbodyfer-se mal, ferir-se, ferir, lesionarcause injuries or bodily harm to
contactfer-se mal, colpejar-se, fer-se un blau, maçolar-seinjure the underlying soft tissue or bone of
Català > fer-se mal: 2 sentits > verb 1, body
SentitCause injuries or bodily harm to.
Sinònimsferir-se, ferir, lesionar
Implicat percapolar, destrossar, macar, masegar, mutilarinjure badly by beating
Específicacoltellar, apunyalar, coltellejarUse a knife on
atropellarinjure or kill / kill by running over, as with a vehicle
colpejar-se, fer-se mal, fer-se un blau, maçolar-seinjure the underlying soft tissue or bone of
danyar, fer mal, perjudicarCause or do harm to
desconjuntar-se, dislocar-se, girar, rotar, torçar-se, torçar, tòrcerTwist suddenly so as to sprain
disparar, ferir, pegarhit with a missile from a weapon
escorxarbruise, cut, or injure the skin or the surface of
esgarrinxar, rascarbreak the skin (of a body part) by scraping
esguerrar, mutilarinjure or wound seriously and leave permanent disfiguration or mutilation
estirarstrain / strain abnormally
fracturarfracture a bone of
incapacitarinjure permanently
torturar, turmentarsubject to torture
traumatitzarinflict a trauma upon
trepitjarinjure by trampling or as if by trampling
Generaldanyar, fer malbé, fer mal, lesionarGive trouble or pain to
Anglèsinjure, wound
Espanyolherir, lastimar, lesionar
Nomscontusió, dany, ferida, lesió, mal, trauma, traumatismeAny physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
feridaThe act of inflicting a wound
ferida accidentalAn accident that results in physical damage or hurt
ferida de guerra, feridaA casualty to military personnel resulting from combat
perjudiciAn act that causes someone or something to receive physical damage
Català > fer-se mal: 2 sentits > verb 2, contact
Sentitinjure the underlying soft tissue or bone of.
Sinònimscolpejar-se, fer-se un blau, maçolar-se
Específicaixafar, esclafar, moldre, triturarcrush or bruise
Generalferir-se, ferir, fer-se mal, lesionarCause injuries or bodily harm to
Anglèsbruise, contuse
Espanyolgolpearse, lastimarse, machucarse, magullarse
Nomsblau, blaverol, contusió, cop, hematoma, moratAn injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration

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