bruise

bruise
bru:z
1. noun
(an injury caused by a blow to a person or a fruit, turning the skin a dark colour: bruises all over his legs; apples covered in bruises.) morado, magulladura

2. verb
(to cause or develop such a mark on the skin: She bruised her forehead; She bruises easily.) magullar
bruise1 n morado / cardenal / magulladura
I've got a bruise on my arm tengo un morado en el brazo
bruise2 vb magullar / contusionar
she bruised her leg se magulló la pierna
El gerundio de bruise se escribe bruising
bruise
tr[brʊːz]
noun
1 morado, magulladura, contusión nombre femenino
2 (on fruit) magulladura, machucadura
transitive verb
1 (body) magullar, contusionar
2 (fruit) magullar, machucar
intransitive verb
1 (body) magullarse, salirle cardenales
2 (fruit) magullarse
bruise ['bru:z] vt, bruised ; bruising
1) : contusionar, machucar, magullar (a una persona)
2) damage: magullar, dañar (frutas)
3) crush: majar
4) hurt: herir (los sentimientos)
bruise n
: moretón m, cardenal m, magulladura f (dícese de frutas)
bruise
n.
abolladura s.f.
bollo s.m.
borujón s.m.
cardenal (mancha de la piel) s.m.
contusión s.f.
desolladura s.f.
golpe s.m.
maca s.f.
magulladura s.f.
ramalazo s.m.
roncha s.f.
v.
abollar v.
contundir v.
estrujar v.
golpear v.
lastimar v.
machucar v.
magullar v.
bruːz
I
noun moretón m, cardenal m, morado m (Esp, Ven)

II
1.
transitive verb \<\<body/arm\>\> contusionar (frml); \<\<fruit\>\> magullar, mallugar* (Méx, Ven); \<\<feelings/ego\>\> herir*

2.
vi \<\<fruit\>\> magullarse, mallugarse* (Méx, Ven)

he bruises very easily — le salen moretones (or cardenales etc) con mucha facilidad

[bruːz]
1.
N (on person) cardenal m , moretón m (esp LAm); (on fruit) maca f , magulladura f
2. VT
1) [+ leg etc] magullar, amoratar (esp LAm); [+ fruit] magullar, dañar
2) (fig) [+ feelings] herir
3.
VI

I bruise easily — me salen cardenales or moretones con facilidad

* * *
[bruːz]
I
noun moretón m, cardenal m, morado m (Esp, Ven)

II
1.
transitive verb \<\<body/arm\>\> contusionar (frml); \<\<fruit\>\> magullar, mallugar* (Méx, Ven); \<\<feelings/ego\>\> herir*

2.
vi \<\<fruit\>\> magullarse, mallugarse* (Méx, Ven)

he bruises very easily — le salen moretones (or cardenales etc) con mucha facilidad


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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