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Realidades 2 - 5B

el dolor pain
el enfermero nurse (m.)
la enfermera nurse (f.)
la inyección injection, shot
poner una inyección to give an injection
la medicina medicine
las pastillas pills
el codo elbow
la espalda back
las puntadas stitches
dar puntadas to stitch (surgically)
la sangre blood
el accidente accident
el yeso cast
cortarse to cut oneself
lastimarse to hurt oneself
la venda bandage
la sala de emergencia the emergency room
romperse to break, tear (not romper)
torcerse (o-ue) to sprain, to twist (not torcer)
el cuello neck
el hombro shoulder
el hueso bone
la rodilla knee
el tobillo ankle
pobrecito, -a poor thing
sentirse (e-ie) to feel
moverse (o-ue) to move (not mover)
doler (o-ue) to hurt
recetar to prescribe
roto, -a broken (adj.)
me caigo I fall
te caes you (tú) fall
la receta prescription, recipe
las muletas crutches
la silla de ruedas wheelchair
la ambulancia ambulance
chocar con to crash into, collide with (with prep.)
tropezar (e-ie) (con) to trip (over) (prep. in ())
¿Qué te pasó? What happened to you (tú)?
¡Qué lástima! What a shame! (not pena)
la radiografía X-ray
la muñeca wrist, doll
el músculo muscle
sacar una radiografía to take an X-ray
caerse to fall
se cayó he / she / Ud. fell
se cayeron they / Uds. fell
Created by: ebaspanish