|(Medicine) device used to inject or withdraw fluids from the body; hypodermic syringe, device for pumping and spraying liquids, instrument for withdrawing and ejecting fluids, inject with a syringe; clean by means of an injection with a syringe, see al...||syringe|
|(Medicine) located in the spinal canal outside the dura mater; administered to the spinal canal outside the dura mater, anesthetic injection into spine, on the dura mater||epidural|
|(Medicine) spasm of muscles to reduce motion or agitation of areas affected by injury or disease; (in Basketball) act of going after a rival around the court to prevent him from getting close to the basket while avoiding illegal contact||guarding|
|(Medicine) toxoid injection against diphtheriatetanus and pertussis||DTP (Diphtheria Tetanus Pertussis)|
|,, make short fast punch, punch sharply, punching movement, short sharp punch, shot, thrust, poke; punch, hit; inject with a hypodermic needle (Slang), poke; quick punch, blow; injection (British Slang)||jab|
|a trademark for a narcotic pain reliever used for severe injury, cancer, or chronic pain||Fortral|
|act of compensating, compensation, correction, act of remedying a problem or injustice; compensation, damages awarded for injustice or injury, dress again; correct a wrong, remedy an injustice; compensate, pay damages for an injustice or injury, impose...||redress|
|act of placing between, insertion; act of placing oneself between, mediation, interference; injection of a remark in the middle of a conversation||interposition|
|act of putting in, act of setting in; something which has been placed in, inserted addition, attachment point, inserted genetic material, injection, something added||insertion|
|act of transfusing; (Medicine) direct introduction of a substance into the circulatory system by intravenous injection (i.e. medication, blood, etc.), giving of blood||transfusion|
|administered or absorbed through the skin (such as an injection or medication), via the skin||percutaneous|
|adverse effect, be harmed, cause harm, cause injury, cost, harm or injury, harm; (Slang) expense, cost (e.g., "What is the damage for the drinks we had at the bar?"), money paid as compensation||damage|
|affront, offense, rude remark or action, be offensive, injury or an injuring agent, offensive words or action, show contempt, something showing contempt, speak or act in a rude or contemptuous manner, offend||insult|
|agree to sex, annoy somebody, cause inconvenience, eliminate player, extinguish light or fire, irritated, make something known, produce something, retire somebody, set off in boat, to cause injury to something||put out|
|amends, compensation for war, repair, restoration to good condition; compensation for a past injury; act of repairing, correction of problems or malfunctions||reparation|
|anesthesia by injection into spine, loss of sensation from spinal injury, see also:epidural||spinal anesthesia|
|apply a poultice to a wounded or inflamed area of the body, moist substance applied to injury, plaster, soft heated mass of herbs (or meal, clay, etc.) wrapped in a cloth and applied to a wounded or inflamed area of the body||poultice|
|apply bandage, cloth strip for covering injury, cover a wound, wrap a wound, strip of cloth used to cover a wound, plaster||bandage|
|area of discoloration on the skin caused by a blow, contusion, cause a wound, make a contusion, injure; be injured, be wounded, crush food, damage plant tissue, damage to plant tissue, emotional injury, injure causing skin discoloration, skin discolora...||bruise|
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