自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
VERB FORM OF ‘WIND’ wind 的动词形式
Wound is the past tense and past participle of wind 2 .
N-COUNT (刀、枪或其他武器所致的)创伤，伤口 A wound is damage to part of your body, especially a cut or a hole in your flesh, which is caused by a gun, knife, or other weapon.
The wound is healing nicely...
Six soldiers are reported to have died from their wounds.
VERB （武器或其他利器）伤害，使受伤 If a weapon or something sharp wounds you, it damages your body.
A bomb exploded in a hotel, killing six people and wounding another five...
The driver of an evacuation bus was wounded by shrapnel...
N-COUNT (思想或感情上的)伤害，创伤 A wound is a lasting bad effect on someone's mind or feelings caused by a very upsetting experience.
She has been so deeply hurt it may take forever for the wounds to heal.
VERB (在感情上)伤害，使受创伤 If you are wounded by what someone says or does, your feelings are deeply hurt.
He was deeply wounded by the treachery of close aides...
My children have wounded me in the past.
PHRASE （失败或被羞辱后）舔伤，重整旗鼓 If you say that someone is licking their wounds, you mean that they are recovering after being defeated or made to feel ashamed or unhappy.
The British team was returning home yesterday to lick its wounds after defeat by India.
PHRASE 揭旧伤疤(指重提他人不愿提起的痛苦往事) Something that opens old wounds or reopens old wounds reminds someone about an upsetting experience in the past which they would prefer to forget.
Courts have been reluctant to reopen old wounds by trying crimes that are decades old.