sprain

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Englisch - Türkisch
burkmak
burkma/burkulma
burkulmak
burkulma

Kötü bir burkulmanız var. - You have a bad sprain.

{f} burk

O, ayak bileğini burktu. - He sprained his ankle.

Tom'un ayağı takıldı ve ayak bileği burkuldu. - Tom tripped and sprained his ankle.

sprain fracture burkulma sonucunda bir kemik parçasıyle beraber veterin kemikten kopması
(Tıp) Eklemin burkularak incinmesi
mafsalın burkularak incinmesi
burkul/burk
{f} incitmek
{i} burkma

Tom sadece ayak bileğini burkmadı. O, ayak parmaklarından üçünü kırdı. - Tom didn't just sprain his ankle. He broke three of his toes.

burkulmak (bilek, ayak vb)
sprain one's ankle
ayağını burkmak
sprain one's ankle
ayağı burkulmak
sprain one's ankle
ayak bileğini burkmak
sprain burkmak
burkulma
sprain one's ankle
ayağı burkulmak, ayağını burkmak: She's sprained her ankle. Ayağı burkulmuş
sprain one's ankle
bileğini burkmak
sprain one's wrist
bileğini burkmak
sprain the leg
ayak burkmak
sprained
incik
a sprain
Bir burkulması
ankle sprain
Bilek burkulması
sex sprain
Seks sırasında meydana gelen incinme
sprained
burkulmuş
Englisch - Englisch
To weaken, as a joint, ligament, or muscle, by sudden and excessive exertion, as by wrenching; to overstrain, or stretch injuriously, but without luxation; as, to sprain one's ankle
The act or result of spraining; lameness caused by spraining; as, a bad sprain of the wrist
{v} to stretch the ligaments violently, to strain
{n} a violent extension of the tendonss
Injury resulting from a stretch or twist of the joint and causes various degrees of stretch or tear of a ligament or other soft tissue at the joint
stretching injuries of ligamentous tissue Grade 0: plastic deformation of the ligament without any tissue tearing; first degree: microtrauma; second degree; partial tear; third degree; complete disruption
A sprain is the injury caused by spraining a joint. to damage a joint in your body by suddenly twisting it = twist
A sudden or violent twist or wrench of a joint causing the stretching or twisting of ligaments and often rupture of blood vessels with hemorrhage to the tissues
to tear ligaments
Disruption of ligamentous fibers
an injury to ligament
a partial or complete tear of a ligament
twist suddenly so as to sprain; "wrench one's ankle"; "The wrestler twisted his shoulder"; "the hikers sprained their ankles when they fell"; "I turned my ankle and couldn't walk for several days"
An injury to the ligament
{i} injury caused by twisting or straining the ligaments of a joint
incomplete stretching or tearing of ligaments
{f} injure by twisting or straining the ligaments of a joint
If you sprain a joint such as your ankle or wrist, you accidentally damage it by twisting it or bending it violently. He fell and sprained his ankle. + sprained sprained a badly sprained ankle His wrist was sprained
An injury to a ligament when the joint is carried through a range of motion greater than normal, but without dislocation or fracture
An injury where fibers of a ligament are overstretched or torn
a painful injury to a joint caused by a sudden wrenching of its ligaments
sprain one's ankle
To be pregnant
sex sprain
A minor injury brought on by particularly enthusiastic sexual activity
sprained
{s} dislocated, injured, strained (of the ligaments of a joint)
sprained
past of sprain
spraining
present participle of sprain
sprains
plural of , sprain
sprains
third-person singular of sprain
sprain

    Türkische aussprache

    spreyn

    Aussprache

    /ˈsprān/ /ˈspreɪn/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sprAn ] (noun.) 1601. 1601, verb attested 1622. Possibly from Middle French espraindre (“to press out, to wring”), from Latin exprimere,“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 in which case cognate to express.

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