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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} berelenmek

Tom'un bacağındaki o bere nasıl oldu? - How did Tom get that bruise on his leg?

Ben hiç berelenme görmüyorum. - I don't see any bruises.

{f} yaralamak
{f} zedele

Sol kolumu zedeledim. - I got my left arm bruised.


Katırın beni tekmelediği yerde hâlâ çürüklerim var. - I still have bruises where the mule kicked me.

Tom'un sağ bacağında bir çürük vardı. - Tom has a bruise on his right leg.

{i} yara

Onun kolundaki yaraya dokundu. - She touched the bruise on his arm.

Düştüm ve dizimi yaraladım. - I fell down and bruised my knee.

(Tıp) Kontüzyon, dağılma
{f} vurmak
{f} dövmek
{f} hırpalamak
{f} zedelemek
{f} yaralanmak

Tom'un sağ bacağında büyük bir morluk var. - Tom has a huge bruise on his right leg.

Uçuştan sonra her yerde morlukları vardı. - He had bruises all over after the fight.

bruise lecaration
(Tıp) sıyrık
bruise, injure
çürük, yaralama
bruise, injury, swelling
çürük, travma, şişlik
bruise, weal, contusion
yara, iz, kontüzyon
(sıfat) bereli
kıran kırana
wound and bruise
yara bere
a bruise
bir çürük
cranial bruise
kraniyal çürük
i have a bruise
çürük oldu
sweat bruise
(Askeri) ter beresi
to bruise
İngilizce - İngilizce
A dark mark on fruit caused by a blow to its surface
To bruise easily

I bruise easily.

Of fruit, to gain bruises through being handled roughly

Bananas bruise easily.

A purplish mark on the skin due to leakage of blood from capillaries under the surface that have been damaged by a blow
To damage the skin of (fruit), in an analogous way
To strike (a person), originally with something flat or heavy, but now specifically in such a way as to discolour the skin without breaking it
{v} to hurt with blows, hurt, beat, crush
a collection of blood due to broken blood vessels underneath the skin usually caused by trauma A bruise causes discoloration and swelling in the area
A bruise is a purple mark on your skin caused by an injury
to crush
damage (plant tissue) by abrasion of pressure; "The customer bruised the strawberries by squeezing them"
A discoloration of the skin due to an extravasation of blood into the underlying tisues
An injury to the flesh of animals, or to plants, fruit, etc
Say: brooze When you accidentally bang a part of your body against something else, sometimes your skin starts turning different colors That splotch of purple, green, blue, and black is called a bruise, and it's caused by broken blood vessels, or tubes, that contain your blood Since you didn't cut yourself, the blood from the damaged blood vessels can't come out and instead gets trapped under your skin! But don't worry - even though it may sound icky, your amazing body will make the bruise disappear in no time!
If a fruit, vegetable, or plant bruises or is bruised, it is damaged by being handled roughly, making a mark on the skin. Choose a warm, dry day to cut them off the plants, being careful not to bruise them. bruised tomatoes and cucumbers Be sure to store them carefully as they bruise easily. Bruise is also a noun. bruises on the fruit's skin
A bruise is an injury which appears as a purple mark on your body, although the skin is not broken. How did you get that bruise on your cheek? She was treated for cuts and bruises
injury that does not break the skin, with rupture of small blood vessels that causes blue or purplish discoloration
If you bruise a part of your body, a bruise appears on it, for example because something hits you. If you bruise easily, bruises appear when something hits you only slightly. I had only bruised my knee Some people bruise more easily than others. + bruised bruised I escaped with severely bruised legs
break up into small pieces for food preparation; "bruise the berries with a wooden spoon and strain them"
The term "bruise" refers to a rainbow-like area of damage that generally results from contact with another object I will use this language only to describe post-manufacture damage and the size and location of the bruise will always be included in the description
To cause fruit to bruise (see intransitive definition)
{f} cause a wound, make a contusion, injure; be injured, be wounded
A section of glass that is fractured but not detached from the insulator Often shows as a lighter area with the associated crack or chip visible
injure the underlying soft tissue of bone of; "I bruised my knee"
To fight with the fists; to box
If you are bruised by an unpleasant experience, it makes you feel unhappy or upset. The government will be severely bruised by yesterday's events + bruising bruis·ing the bruising experience of near-bankruptcy. or contusion Visible bluish or purplish mark beneath the surface of unbroken skin, indicating burst blood vessels in deeper tissue layers. Bruises are usually caused by a blow or pressure, but they may occur spontaneously in elderly persons. The yellowish hue that becomes visible as a bruise heals comes from the disintegration and gradual absorption of blood
hurt the feelings of; "She hurt me when she did not include me among her guests"; "This remark really bruised me ego"
an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration
an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration damage (plant tissue) by abrasion of pressure; "The customer bruised the strawberries by squeezing them"
To break; as in a mortar; to bray, as minerals, roots, etc
injure the underlying soft tissue of bone of; "I bruised my knee
An inclusion consisting of surface crumbling, often accompanied by tiny, root like feathers
Bruises occur when blood is released from the capillaries and is trapped under the skin See more about this, click here
A discoloration of the skin due to an extravasation of blood into the underlying tissues
with a blunt or heavy instrument, or by collision with some other body; a contusion; as, a bruise on the head; bruises on fruit
To injure, as by a blow or collision, without laceration; to contuse; as, to bruise one's finger with a hammer; to bruise the bark of a tree with a stone; to bruise an apple by letting it fall
To strike (a person) so as to give them a bruise or bruises
A mark transferred to the strip surface from a defective process roll Similar to dent or punchmark
{i} area of discoloration on the skin caused by a blow, contusion
bruise up
To show bruises
bruise up
To cause bruises to appear, usually by beating or battering
Present participle of to bruise
A violent physical attack on a person

You'd better shut up or you'll get a bruising.

a bruise
{n} the act or art of boxing, a crushing
A bruise
{s} wounded, covered in contusions
injured without breaking the skin; "a cut forehead and bruised cheek"
Simple past and past participle of bruise
injured without breaking the skin; "a cut forehead and bruised cheek
plural of bruise
Damage to Vegetation usually indicated by color variation contrasting with the surrounding area of the same vegetation, caused by the tearing or crushing of leaf or stem surfaces
If someone has bruising on their body, they have bruises on it. She had quite severe bruising and a cut lip. = bruises
causing mental or emotional injury; "a bruising experience"; "protected from the bruising facts of battle"- John Mason Brown
In a bruising battle or encounter, people fight or compete with each other in a very aggressive or determined way. The administration hopes to avoid another bruising battle over civil rights. purple or brown marks that you get on your skin where you have fallen, been hit etc bruising to/on. difficult and unpleasant, and leaving you feeling tired or emotionally harmed
brutally forceful and compelling; "protected from the bruising facts of battle"
Footfall damage to vegetation
digging up the bottom or taking down the top to give more headroom in roadways
to bruise