In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(flesh) lacerar(feelings) herir(feelings) lacerar literary
- So they made us put stones in our shoes and ropes around our waists which lacerated our skin.
- He had a further accident lacerating his tendons and breaking his left wrist.
- Prevented from surfacing to breathe, the sea mammals drown while their skin is lacerated by the spines of writhing fish.
- The manacle around my neck tugged on my skin, lacerating my raw flesh.
- According to Iliev, Pazhin, who plays in Ukraine, has a torn ankle tendon, while Zagorich has a lacerated calf muscle.
- A badly lacerated knee meant he missed the Third Test but the attrition rate in the Kiwi camp meant that instead of being able to put his feet up, he had to travel to France to play in a one-off Test.
- The next thing he did was to punch me in the mouth, lacerating the inside of my lip.
- She suffered serious head injuries and a badly lacerated leg and never regained consciousness.
- Pain filled her mind as she felt her skin being lacerated and heard the crack of the whip.
- On a busy night in the Harcourt Hotel in September 1999, a glass stem broke and lacerated her left wrist.
- Her bare feet were lacerated as she dug through the wreckage.
- Men don't lacerate themselves in their attempts to get laughs.
- In order to save himself, he tore off all his clothes and jumped into a nearby bush of thorns and nettles, lacerating his whole body.
- A washing machine he was putting into the skip slipped backwards, gashing his forehead and leaving his fingers badly lacerated.
- Mickey Joseph slid out of bounds and lacerated his calf muscle.
- The engine of her Mazda 323 was forced back into the car, trapping her by the feet and lacerating her legs.
- A few years later a crisis of confidence led him into an almost reclusive lifestyle, where he would paint to get away from the pain and, more disturbingly, lacerate his skin because he believed he wasn't attractive to the opposite sex.
- I go out to a place like Woomera and I see ten and twelve year old boys who have lacerated their arms.
- One man's leg was broken, another's thigh was lacerated; luckily, nobody had died.
- His legs were deeply lacerated, but his life was saved when a stranger managed to pluck him from the waters.
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