English to Samoan Meaning :: injury

Injury :
manua
- manuaua fiainjurersmanua
 

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Noun(1) any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.(2) an accident that results in physical damage or hurt(3) a casualty to military personnel resulting from combat(4) an act that causes someone or something to receive physical damage(5) wrongdoing that violates another's rights and is unjustly inflicted

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(1) So shocking is this injury , in fact, that there are fears over the player's career.(2) In many cases, proving that injury has been caused by the defendant is very difficult.(3) Moreover, that failure was the very breach of duty which the plaintiff alleges caused her injury .(4) On top of the obvious dangers of injury or death during combat, they tend to live harsh lives.(5) In my view the danger and risk of injury from diving in the lake where it was shallow were obvious.(6) It is too simple to say that the mischief of this section is to deter the carrying of items that could cause injury .(7) all escaped without serious injury(8) an ankle injury(9) The driver escaped serious injury although the car was badly damaged in the impact.(10) the possible injury to the feelings of others(11) Successive goals in his first two appearances for the club were followed by an injury in his third start.(12) Where injury in fact results, as in this case, the position can be more shortly stated.(13) This treats psychiatric injury as damage of the same type or kind as physical injury .(14) It is not necessary however, to prove that the defenders' negligence was the only cause of injury .(15) More than minor injury is caused by kicking, headbutting or similar forms of assault.(16) The hurt or injury need not be serious or permanent but must be more than trifling or transient.
Related Words
(1) personal injury ::
manuʻa faaletagata lava
(2) bodily injury ::
faamanualia o le tino
(3) brain injury ::
faiai manua
(4) injury time ::
manua taimi
(5) minor injury ::
manua itiiti
(6) add insult to injury ::
faaopoopo tauemuga e manua
(7) crush injury ::
tumutumu manua
(8) insult to injury ::
tauemuga i ai manua
(9) suffer injury ::
mafatia manua
Synonyms
Noun
1. wound ::
manuʻa
2. harm ::
leaga
3. offense ::
solitulafono
4. accidental injury ::
manua i se faalavelave
5. trauma ::
tāia
Antonyms
1. equity ::
tutusa
2. justice ::
faamasinoga tonu
Different Forms
injurer, injurers, injuries, injury
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Strong whack, brain injury.\0

Strong whack, brain INJURY.

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 13


with another video game injury.

with another video game INJURY.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 11


All this button pushing is aggravating
my old Nintendo injury.

All this button pushing is aggravating my old Nintendo INJURY.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 13


Absolutely. It\'s to protect us
in case of injury.

Absolutely. It's to protect us in case of INJURY.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 15


But they were wounded too,\\Nwhich is an offence causing injury\0

But they were wounded too,
which is an offence causing INJURY

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11


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