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捻挫, ねんざ

  • nenza


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • sprain

Examples of 捻挫,ねんざ in a Sentence

I slipped and twisted my ankle.
A sprain like this should heal within a week or so.
Akagi sprained an ankle during practice so before the game he taped it up until it was stiff as a board.
If I tried to wear shoes with heels that high, I'd sprain my ankle.
He sprained his ankle.
A sprained ankle disabled him from walking for a month.
You're going to fall and sprain your ankle wearing sandals with such huge platforms.
He fell, twisting his ankle.
I missed a step on the stairs and I'm afraid I sprained my ankle.

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