Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

wound up   (enrollado)

The Committee of 100 was wound up in October 1968.

The answer to the former one wound up being correct.

Currey wound up running 13 Truck races in 2018.

gunshot wound   (herida de bala)

Booth died on April 26, 1865 from a gunshot wound.

He suffered a gunshot wound to the head on 30 July 1918.

Upon surviving the gunshot wound, Liu returns Isabel to her mother.

wound down   (herida abajo)

Commercial operations will be gradually wound down.

By the summer of 1997, Securum itself could be wound down.

The Crusades wound down, and were eventually expelled from the area.

wound healing   (cicatrización de la herida)

Many of these proteins have important functions in wound healing and tissue repair.

In multicellular organisms, cells can move during processes such as wound healing, the immune response and cancer metastasis.

Collagen is one of the body’s key natural resources and a component of skin tissue that can benefit all stages of wound healing.

bullet wound   (herida de bala)

His body was found with a bullet wound to the head.

Oryema had a bullet wound through the leg."

A second rifle bullet wound had passed through his upper left arm.

head wound   (herida en la cabeza)

The pain of his head wound had become very severe.

Hemingway's injuries included a head wound, while Mary broke two ribs.

Months later, Nagai was found to be seriously affected by his head wound.

wound around   (enrollado)

A path wound around the mound to the summit, which was narrow but flat.

The jib is attached to the furler, and the line is wound around the spool.

The winding stage is similar to rotor spinning, where the yarn is wound around a yarn arm.