傷, 傷痕, 傷跡, 創痍, 傷口, 打撲, 打撲傷, 打ち傷, 挫傷, 痛み, 打傷, 創傷, 傷創, 傷痍, 傷害, 被害
Noun(1) an injury that doesn't break the skin but results in some discoloration
Verb(1) injure the underlying soft tissue or bone of(2) hurt the feelings of(3) break up into small pieces for food preparation(4) damage (plant tissue
(1) bruise the raisins before adding to the mixture(2) potatoes bruise easily, so treat them with care(3) I was sore all over, and bruised, but I don't bruise easily, so it wasn't that bad.(4) Fruits and vegetables have also been genetically engineered so that they do not bruise as easily, or so that they have a longer shelf life.(5) To bruise herbs, Mr. Sullivan advises crushing then with the back of a large knife or tapping them with a mallet.(6) They bruise more easily and do not store properly as a result.(7) I bruise easily and get dark splotches on my hands and arms.(8) She picked up a purple fruit to find a bruise near the stem.(9) Although you might think they are really tough because they feel hard, potatoes bruise easily and should be treated with care and kept somewhere cool and dark, out of the plastic bag.(10) Cut the lemon into 10 wedges, peel and bruise the garlic, place these along with the potatoes on a non-stick baking tray.(11) Pears bruise easily and don't keep well once they have fallen or been picked.(12) Doctors, especially general practitioners, should pay special attention to children who have the tendency to bleed or bruise easily.(13) And if you find that you bruise easily, boost your intake of vitamin C to strengthen your capillaries.(14) She had goose bumps all over her body and a bruise on her arm.(15) Figs are fairly delicate - they bruise easily and deteriorate quickly, so it's best to store them in the fridge.(16) Iger, who has years of experience repairing egos bruised by the abrasive Eisner, will have his hands full with Jobs.
(1) to bruise :: あざへ
1. contusion ::
2. injure ::
3. mark ::
4. upset ::
6. wound ::
Different Formsbruise, bruised, bruises, bruising
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"I can show you the BRUISE on me tailbone.
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Yes, yes. You BRUISE, you peel...
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 12
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