Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Bruise"

The meaning of "Bruise" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I’ll go with you, and as soon as we get your bruise treated, we’ll HEAD ON over to your place mean?
A: Head on over = go (somewhere)
Q: What does bruise mean?
A: Inglés para moretón.
Q: What does bruise mean?
A: A bruise is when a blood vessel bursts, and a little black/purple/dark blue spot appears on the skin
Q: What does "bruise" mean?
A: Its what we call bleeding under the skin when you bang your arm on something. Its very tender and can be quite painful when you touch it. Its normally a purple colour on your skin.
Q: What does that slowly purpling bruise mean?
A: Bruises appear when you get hit by something or fall. They turn purple and then green after time. Usually they hurt if you poke them. Kids often get them.

'That slowly purpling bruise' means the bruise is turning purple.

'Slowly' is a speed word. It is used to describe 'slow' things like turtles and sloths, for example.

Example sentences using "Bruise"

Q: Please show me example sentences with bruised.
A: Here are some sample sentences!
She bruised her leg yesterday.
She bruised her leg from falling off her bike.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bruise.
A: 1. I got a bruise when I fell.
2. My knee was bruised.
3. Bruises hurt a lot.
Q: Please show me example sentences with bruise.
A: "I got a bruise from falling."
"I have a bruise from falling on the sidewalk"
Q: Please show me example sentences with bruise .
A: bruise is not a Norwegian word...

Translations of "Bruise"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? is this correct?: how did you get this bruise? I bumped into the chair
A: How did you get THAT bruise?
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? bruises
A: “Br-oo-ses”
Hope this helps :)

Other questions about "Bruise"

Q: I've got a bruise on the top of my right foot.
he said he's got a bruise on the top of his right foot.
he said he'd got a bruise on the top of his right foot. does this sound natural?
A: × he said he'd got a bruise on the top of his right foot.
✓ he said he'd GOTTEN a bruise on the top of his right foot.

the 3rd one... i changed it to sound better. this would be in the PAST and sort of needs more information to sound natural. As in: "he said he'd gotten a bruise on the top of his right foot, SO HE WENT TO WRAPPED IT. something like that.
Q: A: where did you get a bruise?
B: playground.

A: where did you get a bruise on? or where do you have a bruise on?
B: my arm. does this sound natural?
A: A: where did you get a bruise?
B: on the playground. / at the playground.

A: where is the bruise? / what did you bruise? / where do you have a bruise?
B: my arm. / on my arm.
Q: She has a big bruise on her face, so I thought she got abused by someone. does this sound natural?
A: You could maybe say "She had a big bruise on her face, so I thought she was being abused by someone." Usually you have to be careful with your past and present tense. It can affect how natural a sentence sounds.
Q: Once you have a bruise, it takes for a week for it to leave completely. does this sound natural?
A: When you get a bruise, it takes approximately a week for it to completely heal.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce bruise.
A: Check the question to view the answer

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