Translation of walking wounded in Spanish:

walking wounded

plural noun

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    the walking wounded (masculine plural) los heridos que pueden/podían caminar
    • Make sure that the walking wounded do not ‘wander’; move them to a safe place away from other traffic.
    • The ceremony will honour the men and women who tended the injured and also the walking wounded who refused to leave the scene and helped their fellow-travellers.
    • I treated the walking wounded of the Vietnam War from 1968 to 1970.
    • Buses were seen ferrying the walking wounded to hospital and the London Ambulance Service appealed to people not to dial 999 unless it was critical.
    • The wait for the walking wounded in a Scottish accident and emergency ward doubled to 40 hours between 1998-99 and 2000-01.
    • Bodies were lying on the track, some said, as the walking wounded - some badly burned and bleeding - tried to make their way to safety through the choking smoke and soot.
    • Menard, one of the walking wounded, recounted the fierce response they met in on a bridge at the southern Iraqi city of Nassiriya.
    • The minor injuries unit pilot scheme was launched to help make the town feel safer and to ease the burden on hospital casualty units by dealing with the walking wounded.
    • Following a medical assessment, any victims brought here would be tagged: black tags marking those who were beyond saving, red for critical and yellow and green for the walking wounded.
    • We mostly take the walking wounded but cannot see people with illnesses, chest pains, head injuries where someone has lost consciousness or where they have been drinking.
    • His 20-year-old daughter Sarah, who was among the walking wounded, called him in the immediate aftermath; but to escape, she had had to leave her mother in the crumpled carriage.
    • That game was called off because of the frozen pitch, giving some of the walking wounded more time to get fit.
    • Among them were some of the walking wounded - one man still had his right eye patched; another was on crutches.
    • The life insurers are the walking wounded of this three-year bear market, because their earnings are linked to their stock market investments.
    • Hewlett Packard joined the walking wounded of the tech world when it recently missed earnings estimates and pulled out of its $18 billion bid for the consulting practice of PwC.
    • York City's injury problems have taken a turn for the better with some of manager Terry Dolan's walking wounded edging closer to fitness.
    • He'll tape the wrists and pad the tender spots of the walking wounded: he'll usher players to the hot tubs and cold tubs to soothe stiff and sore muscles, tendons, and ligaments.
    • Six ambulances were needed to take the walking wounded, including an 18-year-old woman with facial injuries, to hospital in York and Selby.
    • In total, 208 victims were rushed into the Royal London, some ferried there by London buses which had stopped to pick up the walking wounded.
    • Janine Edwards, 23, who was among the walking wounded in last February's disaster, said surviving the crash had made her more determined to fulfill her dream.