Word: sprain

Category: sprain

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Related words: sprain

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Synonyms: sprain

turn, wrench, twist, wrick, rick

Translations: sprain

spanish
esguince, esguince de, torcedura, esguince del, esguinces


german
verstauchung

french
entorse, foulure, déboîter, distordre, démettre

italian
distorsione, distorsione alla, slogatura, storta

portuguese
entorse, entorse de, de entorse, torcedura, torção

dutch
verstuiking, verrekking, distorsie, enkelverstuiking

russian
свихнуть, растяжение

norwegian
forstuing, Forstuelse, forstuving, forstue, overtråkk

swedish
vricka

finnish
nyrjähdyttää, venäyttää, venähdyttää, reväyttää

danish
forstuvning, forstuvninger, forstrækning

czech
vyvrtnutí, vymknout, vyvrtnout

polish
sforsować, zwichnąć, wykręcać, zwichnięcie

hungarian
ficam

turkish
burkulma, burkulması, bir burkulma, burkulmalarında

greek
στραμπουλίζω

ukrainian
розтягнення зв'язок, розтягування зв'язок, розтягання зв'язок, розтяг зв'язок

albanian
ndrydhje, ndrydh, përdredh, përdredhje

bulgarian
навяхване, изкълчване, навяхвам, изкълчвания, навяхване на

belarusian
расцяжэнне звязак

estonian
nihestama

croatian
uganuti

icelandic
tognun

lithuanian
patempimas, sausgyslių patempimas, patempimai, Tempimui

latvian
sastiept, izmežģīt, sastiepums

romanian
luxație, entorsă, entorsa, luxatie, luxare

slovenian
zvin, izpah, Iščašiti, Uganuti

slovak
vyvrtnutí, podvrtnutí, vyvrhnutí

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The meaning and "use of": sprain

noun
  • the result of a wrench or twist of the ligaments of a joint.

verb
  • wrench or twist the ligaments of (an ankle, wrist, or other joint) violently so as to cause pain and swelling but not dislocation.

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