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fracture  Verb
Plural: fractures
  1. Translate "fracture" to Spanish: fracturar, quebrar, romper, descantillar, descantonar
    English Synonyms of "fracture": break off, shatter, break, break up, smash, split, rupture, bust, crack
    Define meaning of "fracture": Fracture a bone of. ; Break into pieces. ; Interrupt, break, or destroy.
  2. I broke my foot while playing hockey.
    The pothole fractured a bolt on the axle.
    Fracture the balance of power.

  3. Translate "fracture" to Spanish: fracturarse
    English Synonyms of "fracture": break, get broken, get fractured
    Define meaning of "fracture": Break (a bone). ; Become fractured.
  4. She broke her clavicle.
    The tibia fractured from the blow of the iron pipe.

  5. Translate "fracture" to Spanish: fracturarse
    English Synonyms of "fracture": fracture oneself, get fractured, have a fracture
    Define meaning of "fracture": Fracture a bone of.
  6. I broke my foot while playing hockey.


  7. Translate "fracture" to Spanish: provocar carcajadas en
    English Synonyms of "fracture": elicit loud laughter from

  8. Translate "fracture" to Spanish: evocar una fuerte reacción
    English Synonyms of "fracture": evoke a strong reaction

fracture  Noun
  1. Translate "fracture" to Spanish: fractura, quebradura
    English Synonyms of "fracture": breach, break, breakage, fissure, split, crack
    Define meaning of "fracture": The act of cracking something. ; A crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other.
  2. They built it right over a geological fault.


  3. Translate "fracture" to Spanish: fractura, fractura de hueso, quebradura
    English Synonyms of "fracture": bone fracture, broken bone, abrus, break
    Define meaning of "fracture": Breaking of hard tissue such as bone.
  4. It was a nasty fracture.
    The break seems to have been caused by a fall.

  5. Translate "fracture" to Spanish: falla
    English Synonyms of "fracture": fault, geological fault, rift, break, faulting, shift
    Define meaning of "fracture": A crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement of one side with respect to the other.
  6. They built it right over a geological fault.

Verb Conjugation for "fracture"
Gerund: fracturing
Past Participle: fractured

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Conceptually-related expressions of "fracture"
ablution fracture
agenetic fracture
angulated fracture
ankle fracture
apophyseal fracture
apophysial fracture
articular fracture
atrophic fracture
avulsion fracture
axial compression fracture
Barton's fracture
basal skull fracture
bending fracture
Bennet's fracture
Bennett's fracture
bent fracture
birth fracture
blow-out fracture
bone fracture
boxer's fracture
boxers' fracture
bucket-handle fracture
bumper fracture
bursting fracture
butterfly fracture
buttonhole fracture
capillary fracture
Chance fracture
chauffeur's fracture
chip fracture
chisel fracture
cleavage fracture
closed fracture
closed reduction of fractures
closed skull fracture
collarbone fracture
Colles' fracture
comminuted fracture
comminuted skull fracture
complete fracture
complex fracture
complicated comminuted fracture
complicated fracture
composition fracture
compound fracture
compound skull fracture
compression fracture
congenital fracture
conical fracture
contrecoup fracture
cortical fracture
Cotton's fracture
cough fracture
craniofacial disjunction fracture
crush fracture
dashboard fracture
De Quervain's fracture
deformation of rocks and minerals by natural processes of crushing and fracturing
dentate fracture
depressed fracture
depressed skull fracture
derby hat fracture
diacondylar fracture
diastatic skull fracture
direct fracture
dishpan fracture
dislocation fracture
displaced fracture
displaced skull fracture
dome fracture
double fracture
Dupuytren's fracture
Duverney's fracture
dyscrasic fracture
endocrine fracture
epiphyseal fracture
epiphysial fracture
expressed skull fracture
extracapsular fracture
extraoral fracture appliance
fatigue fracture
femoral neck fracture
fissure fracture
fissured fracture
flexible board used in fractures
folding fracture
fragmented fracture
freeze fracture
freeze-fracturing
Galeazzi's fracture
get a fracture
Gosselin's fracture
greenstick fracture
growing fracture
Guérin's fracture
gunshot fracture
Guórin's fracture
gutter fracture
hairline fracture
hangman's fracture
have a fracture
hickory stick fracture
horizontal fracture
impacted fracture
incomplete fracture
indirect fracture
inflammatory fracture
infraction fracture
insufficiency fracture
intercondylar fracture
interperiosteal fracture
intertrochanteric fracture
intra-articular fracture
intra-uterine fracture
intraarticular fracture
intracapsular fracture
intraoral fracture appliance
intraperiosteal fracture
intrauterine fracture
Jefferson fracture
Jefferson's fracture
joint fracture
Le Fort I fracture
Le Fort II fracture
Le Fort III fracture
Le Fort's fracture
lead pipe fracture
LeFort I fracture
lineal fracture
linear fracture
linear skull fracture
lip of hip fracture
Lisfranc's fracture
longitudinal fracture
mallet fracture
march fracture
metatarsal stress fracture
missile fracture
Monteggia fracture
Monteggia's fracture
Montercaux fracture
Moore's fracture
multiple fracture
neoplastic fracture
neurogenic fracture
oblique fracture
occult fracture
open fracture
open reduction of fractures
open skull fracture
paratrooper fracture
parry fracture
pathologic fracture
pathological fracture
Pauwels' fracture
petrochanteric fracture
Piedmont fracture
pillion fracture
ping-pong fracture
plafon fracture
pond fracture
Pott's fracture
pyramidal fracture
Quervain's fracture
reverse Barton's fracture
rib fracture
rock fracture joint
Rolando's fracture
sagittal slice fracture
Salter fracture
Salter-Harris classification of epiphysial fractures
secondary fracture
segmental fracture
sentinel spinous process fracture
Shepherd's fracture
silver-fork fracture
simple fracture
simple skull fracture
Skillern's fracture
skull fracture
Smith fracture
Smith's fracture
spiral fracture
splinter fracture
splintered fracture
spontaneous fracture
sprain fracture
sprinter's fracture
stellate fracture
stellate skull fracture
Stieda's fracture
strain fracture
stress fracture
subcapital fracture
subperiosteal fracture
supracondylar fracture
T fracture
teardrop fracture
technique for repairing vertebral fractures
temporal bone fracture
torsion fracture
torus fracture
transcervical fracture
transcondylar fracture
transverse facial fracture
transverse fracture
transverse maxillary fracture
trimalleolar fracture
trophic fracture
tuft fracture
undisplaced fracture
unstable fracture
ununited fracture
Wagstaffe's fracture
wedge-compression fracture
wedge fracture
willow fracture
Y fracture
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