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1(wound) enconarsea festering sore — una llaga purulenta
- By then the wound had festered and gangrene was starting to set in.
- They have never seen leprosy or festering abscesses or sores that do not heal.
- The 13 year-old suffered from serious skin ulcers on his right knee and the wound festered upward to his thigh.
- From what I could see in the darkness his flesh was purple and soaked with dried blood under his clothes, and some of the wounds were festering.
- Her only hope now was that he might yet die a slow death if the wound festered.
- Where open wounds festered, the flies were so thick as to make the wound seem to be a writhing metallic black mass.
- Sores festered on her face and arms and a terrible stench clung to the air surrounding her.
- A priest saw him right away, and the wounds did not fester.
- Stomach wounds fester and kill slowly if they don't kill quickly.
- Something had bitten him in the leg, and the wound had festered - it had opened up all the way to the bone.
- People generally try to avoid brown recluse spiders because their bites fester into painful sores.
- The open sores had been festering unnoticed and to this, he applied some poultices.
- Burstyn's pills lead her to delusion and madness; Leto's arm festers with an infected sore from too many needles.
- Clearly this was a sore that had been festering for some time.
- If you allow a small sore like this to fester, it could become a major malady.
- Some of the villagers also suffered from festering sores caused by the pollution.
- Its body was covered in festering sores, oozing revolting yellowish pus.
- Otherwise, new injuries will continue to be inflicted everyday, while the old wounds fester.
- Musket balls tear through their flesh; gaping wounds ooze and fester.
- When we brought you in here, the wounds were infected and festering.
2(feeling) enconarseanger festered into a deep resentment — la ira degeneró en un profundo resentimiento
- Sinclair's likely departure will raise further questions about how last week's shake-up was handled and what long-term dissatisfaction may fester among others who lost out.
- The threat may ultimately have less to do with competitive fire than with a readiness to let resentments fester and anger flare without feeling any need to bridle emotions or discipline his temper.
- Without freedom of the press, such problems will only fester, and that is not in the long-term interest of the United States.
- Which is to say, the problem has festered for so long that it is big, and effective responses won't be cheap in the short run.
- It merely bought time, while problems festered and ideologies of violence took hold.
- But why has the Lebanese government let this problem fester?
- Social problems have festered, as reflected in the 45 million Americans without health insurance, the decay of the public schools and the growth of hunger and homelessness.
- While she battles the terrorist monsters, economic problems have festered.
- And while the Fed bides time, the problem only festers.
- Yet, dismayingly, the Government retracted many of these commitments this week - and the numbers problem festers on.
- Or is it more likely a case of increased recognition of the harsh reality that acute financial problems are festering beneath the surface of the U.S. and global Credit systems?
- Nevertheless, to ensure that there are no problems still festering, it is our intention to carry out a final audit of the equipment prior to expiry of the warranty agreement.
- For three days Charles remained locked up, his feelings festering and burning inside him.
- But the longer the recovery lasted, the more the problems festered.
- Despite these benefits, numerous problems festered beneath the surface.
- Their feelings festered until, six years later, it blew up spectacularly before the World Cup.
- I think I am going to let the problem fester until then.
- After a six-week period, during which the problem simply festered, the company brought in a crew of scab miners.
- But by ignoring the problems now festering in the heartland, Congress and the White House will end up diluting the fiscal stimulus over which they are battling so hard.
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