- n. 创伤；伤害；伤口
- v. 伤；伤害；缠绕（动词wind的过去式和过去分词）
- [C] [U] 伤口; 创伤; 伤痕 a damaged place in the body, usually a hole or tear through the skin, especially one made intentionally by a weapon, such as a gun or knife
- vt. 使受伤,伤害 cause a wound to
an injury to living tissue (especially an injury involving a cut or break in the skin)
a casualty to military personnel resulting from combat
a figurative injury (to your feelings or pride);
"he feared that mentioning it might reopen the wound"
"deep in her breast lives the silent wound"
"The right reader of a good poem can tell the moment it strikes him that he has taken an immortal wound--that he will never get over it"
the act of inflicting a wound
put in a coil
cause injuries or bodily harm to
hurt the feelings of;
"She hurt me when she did not include me among her guests"
"This remark really bruised my ego"
- I hope her emotional wound will heal with the passing of time.
- She got deep psychological wounds.
- The soldier received a serious wound on the chest.
- That was a wound to the child's pride.
- The wound is healing fast.
- The wound was bound up by bandage.
- Two soldiers died and three others were wounded in the attack.
- He was deeply wounded by their disloyalty.
- You should pay attention not to wound his pride.
- You must not wound her feelings.
- I am glad to see that the wound is closing up nicely.
- The doctor introduced a tube into the sick man's wound.
- Doctors were able to draw off the matter which had collected near the wound.
- Blood gushed forth from the terrible wound, and no one could stop the flow.
- The wound left a nasty mark on his face, so he grew beard over it to hide it.
- I'm glad to see that the edges of the wound are joining up nicely.
- The soldier received a wound in the leg.
- He has a wound in the arm.
- The infection in his wounds flared up.
- The boy was covered with wounds when he came back home.
- The young driver died from the wounds that he received in the road accident.
- The wounds in the prisoner's arm lend colour to his story that he was beaten by his fellow criminals.
- Their argument caused a wound that took many years to heal.
- Your words to her caused a wound which has never healed.
- The war has left deep psychological wounds.
- You'll only open old wounds if you bring up that subject.
- The hunter wounded the deer.
- We prohibit air guns and the weapons that might wound someone.
- The thief wounded her in the arm with his knife.
- The bullet wounded him in the shoulder.
- You have wounded his pride.
- His remark wounded her.
- Was the soldier seriously wounded?
- He was seriously wounded, but he went on fighting.
- He felt wounded in his honour.
- I saw a wounded man.
- The safety of the wounded soldiers on their way to the base hospital must be watched over more vigilantly.
- The wounded was giving emergency treatment.
- lick one's wound(s)
失败后求复元,重整旗鼓 try to recover after a defeat
- aggravate a wound 使伤口恶化
- bathe a wound 洗伤口
- bind up a wound 包扎伤口
- clean a wound 洗伤口
- close the wound 缝合伤口
- dress a wound 包扎伤口
- fester a wound 使伤口化脓
- heal a wound 治愈伤口
- irritate a wound 使伤口发炎
- receive a wound 受伤
- sew up a wound 缝合伤口
- tie up a wound 包扎伤口
- wash up a wound 洗伤口
- bleeding wound 流血的伤口
- contused wound 打伤,挫伤
- deep wound 深深的伤口
- festering wound 化脓的伤口
- fresh wound 新的伤口
- gaping wound 裂开的伤口
- green wound 新伤
- incised wound 刀伤
- light wound 轻伤
- old wound 旧伤
- punctured wound 刺伤
- ragged wound 溃烂的伤口
- serious wound 重伤
- severe wound 重伤
- slight wound 轻伤
- wound arm 伤了手臂
- wound eyes 伤了眼睛
- wound face 伤了脸
- wound finger 伤了手指
- wound foot 伤了脚
- wound hand 伤了手
- wound head 伤了头
- wound leg 伤了腿
- wound bird 伤了鸟
- wound cat 伤了猫
- wound dog 伤了狗
- wound horse 伤了马
- wound tiger 伤了老虎
- wound sb's affections 伤害某人的感情
- wound sb's feelings 伤害某人的感情
- wound sb's honour 伤害某人的荣誉
- wound sb's pride 伤害某人的自尊心
- wound sb's reputation 伤害某人的名誉
- wound sb's vanity 伤害某人的虚荣心
- wound constantly 不断地受伤
- wound frequently 不断地受伤
- wound inescapably 不可避免地受伤
- wound painfully 痛苦地受伤
- wound seriously 严重地受伤
- wound terribly 可怕地受伤
- wound unbearably 难以忍受地受伤
- wound unjustly 不公正地受伤
- wound unnecessarily 不必要地受伤
- wound consciously 有意识地伤害
- wound cruelly 引起痛苦地伤害
- wound deeply 深深地伤害
- wound dreadfully 可怕地伤害
- wound eternally 永久地伤害
- wound everlastingly 永久地伤害
- wound fatally 致命地伤害
- wound ignorantly 无知地伤害
- wound indirectly 间接伤害
- wound materially 大大地伤害
- wound mentally 精神伤害
- wound perpetually 永久地伤害
- wound personally 个人伤害
- wound profoundly 深刻地伤害
- wound shamelessly 无耻地伤害
A gangrenous leg wound..with the bone laid bare.出自： V. Brittain
Gaping wounds and flowing blood.出自： Jonathan Miller
Scalp wounds always bleed alarmingly.出自： J. Rathbone
That..old gentleman is still murmuring like some wound-up instrument running down.出自： Dickens
I'm too wound up to study.出自： M. Piercy
He had been wounded in the foot by Mr Prendergast's bullet.出自： E. Waugh
- wound, damage, impair, harm, hurt, injure
- 这组词的共同意思是“损害,损伤”。impair表示损伤某人〔物〕而导致削弱、缩小或减少其使用价值,也可指情绪的损伤; damage表示损害了表面,损害了人或物的某个部分或使之完全失掉用途; harm表示人的心理、健康、权力或事业上的损害,程度较轻; hurt多用来表示伤害身体或某一部位,或表示剧烈的疼痛或精神上受到伤害; injure表示身体或精神上各种性质及任何程度的伤害,多表示意外受伤; wound主要指在战斗中武器或凶器等造成的外伤或剧烈的痛苦。
- hurt为普通用语，既可指肉体上的伤害（可被badly, slightly, seriously等修饰），也可指精神上、感情上的伤害（被very much／rather／deeply修饰），多指伤痛。
误 She was wounded in her arm.
正 She was wounded in the arm.
析 表示“某一部位受伤”应用in the...,而不用in sb's...。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的wund，意为受伤。