- [U]伤害,损害 harm; damage to a living thing
- [C]受伤处 a physical hurt or wound, especially when caused accidentally
- any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
- an accident that results in physical damage or hurt
- a casualty to military personnel resulting from combat
- an act that causes someone or something to receive physical damage
- wrongdoing that violates another's rights and is unjustly inflicted
- She still suffers considerable discomfort from her injury.
- He had a spinal injury in that accident.
- The injury to their key player could be a decisive factor in the game.
- Motorcyclists must wear helmets to shield them from injury.
- It's a severe injury to my reputation.
Building workers risk injury by not wearing helmets.
The driver of the car received serious injuries to the legs and arms.
- do sb 〔oneself〕 an injury
使某人〔自己〕受伤害cause sb/oneself (physical) harm
Be careful lifting that heavy box—you'll do yourself an injury! 抬那个重箱子要小心——你会把自己弄伤的!
He made his mind that he doesn't do her an injury. 他决心不让她受到一点伤害。
- 使某人〔自己〕受伤害cause sb/oneself (physical) harm
- head injury 头伤
William the Conqueror fell from his horse and received the injury from which he later died.出自：J. Barnes
A good shoe will lessen the risk of injury.出自：Which?
- injury:injury n. 伤害, 侮辱习惯用语be an injury to 伤害..., 危害..., 对...有害do sb. an injury 伤害某人do an injury to sb. 伤害某…