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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (with bruises)
a. magullado
I don't want to eat this bruised peach.No quiero comer este durazno magullado.
b. amoratado
Why do you have a bruised eye?¿Por qué tienes el ojo amoratado?
c. con moretones
I came out of the game with bruised legs.Salí del partido con moretones en las piernas.
2. (upset)
a. herido
Dylan's feelings are bruised because nobody wants to go with him to the dance.Dylan tiene los sentimientos heridos porque nadie quiere acompañarlo al baile.
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