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band·age / ˈbandij/ • n. a strip of material used to bind a wound or to protect an injured part of the body: her leg was swathed in bandages. • v. [tr.] bind (a wound or a part of the body) with a protective strip of material: bandage the foot so that the ankle is supported.

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bandage

bandage (band-ij) n. a piece of material, in the form of a pad or strip, applied to a wound or bound around an injured or diseased part of the body. b. lens see contact lenses.

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bandage

bandage XVI. — F. bandage, f. bande BAND2; see -AGE.

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bandage

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