1. a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the body
1. wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose
2. dress by covering or binding;
Bandage condole is on the neck, at be!
May avoid because in the transportation process jolting creates knits the bandage the break.
Compress the injury with padding and a bandage.
Your arm is bleeding, put a bandage on it.
Jump backward while you gouge, bandage when you are just right outside of his melee range.
Don't tie the bandage too tight.
Do not bandage tightly or use a heating pad.
The injured arm was bound by bandage.
Give me a bandage for an abrasion.
Erofailov is awarded the Bout by the referee. He has a Bandage on his eyebrow.
In addition , one patient can use bandage which is disposable, avoiding cross infection.
A blind and bandage at right time usually wins it.
The wound was bound up by bandage.
Drain the wound ( of blood ) before you apply the bandage.
Gouge bandage is extremely useful.
He wound a bandage round his arm.
The doctor tied the bandage too tight.
Cover the burned area with a bandage that will not stick to the skin.
The bandage is wound on top of the cut.
She wound a bandage round my wounded arm.
Blood soaked through the bandage.
He unwound the bandage from his ankle.
The nurse lapped a bandage around his wrist.
Use a crepe bandage to support the affected area.
Apply a dressing to the wound and bandage it.
He snipped a length of new bandage and placed it around Peter's chest.
We put some ointment and a bandage on his knee.
The bandage must be put on when the blister breaks.
She trussed him quickly with stolen bandage, and gagged his mouth.
There is relatively little information about bandage, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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