What is the difference between "wound" and "injure"?

wht is difference between the wound and injury?
9 years ago
Asked 9 years ago
abdulhadi

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Injury is legal term under IPC sec 44,defined as any harm whatever illegally caused to body,mind,property or reputation. Wound,i can say,is a surgical terminology ,indicating a breach in the covering epithelium or skin.
Answered 9 years ago
abhishek

Injure can mean lots of things as in physically injured, emotionally injured, or as some people might say in books, "he looked at her with an injured look." Those are a few things. A wound is sort of like the adjective of injured, but does have a difference. A wound is something that is bleeding and has not scabbed over... or maybe that is an open wound..... Sorry, I dunno... :-/
Answered 9 years ago
Kinsvia

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