get hurt
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get hurt(
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to be injured physically or emotionally)
a. salir lastimado
Don't ride your bike without your helmet! You'll get hurt!¡No montes en bici sin tu casco! ¡Saldrás lastimado!
b. acabar lastimado
If you keep falling for women in relationships, you're bound to get hurt.Si sigues enamorándote de mujeres en relaciones de pareja, acabarás siendo lastimado sin duda.
c. salir herido
Josh never uses oven mitts, and he's always getting hurt.Josh nunca usa guantes para el horno, y siempre sale herido.
d. resultar herido
I hate that you keep going out with these rude guys. You always get hurt.Odio que insistas en salir con estos tipos groseros. Siempre resultas herida.
2. (to be injured physically)
a. lesionarse
If you don't wear your seatbelt, you can really get hurt.Si no te pones tu cinturón de seguridad, puedes lesionarte gravemente.
b. salir lesionado
Don't jump off that wall! You'll get hurt!¡No saltes de ese muro! ¡Saldrás lesionado!
c. resultar lesionado
Guillermo was driving like crazy in his car, and he's lucky he didn't get hurt.Guillermo manejaba como un loco en su coche, y tiene suerte por no haber resultado lesionado.
d. lastimarse
I feel like an idiot. I fell on my butt and I got hurt.Me siento como una idiota. Me caí en las nalgas y me lastimé.
e. herirse
Elías plays football, and he's always getting hurt.Elías juega fútbol americano, y siempre está hiriéndose.
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