Definitions for SCARskɑr
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
scarskɑr(n.; v.)scarred, scar•ring.
(n.)a mark left by a healed wound, sore, or burn.
a blemish remaining as a trace of damage or use.
a mark indicating a former point of attachment, as where a leaf has fallen from a stem.
a lasting aftereffect of a troubling experience.
(v.t.)to leave a scar on.
(v.i.)to form a scar in healing.
Origin of scar:
1350–1400; ME; aph. var. of eschar
a precipitous, rocky place; cliff.
a low or submerged rock in the sea.
Origin of scar:
1300–50; ME skerre < ON sker rock, reef
scar, cicatrix, cicatrice(noun)
a mark left (usually on the skin) by the healing of injured tissue
scratch, scrape, scar, mark(verb)
an indication of damage
scar, mark, pock, pit(verb)
mark with a scar
"The skin disease scarred his face permanently"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
a permanent mark on the skin after an injury heals
a small pink scar on his forehead
emotional difficulties resulting from events in your past
His father's alcoholism left scars that never healed.
to cause sb to have a scar on their skin
The burns scarred his skin.
to cause sb to have emotional scars
a child scarred by the death of her mother
a mark in the skin or flesh of an animal, made by a wound or ulcer, and remaining after the wound or ulcer is healed; a cicatrix; a mark left by a previous injury; a blemish; a disfigurement
a mark left upon a stem or branch by the fall of a leaf, leaflet, or frond, or upon a seed by the separation of its support. See Illust.. under Axillary
to mark with a scar or scars
to form a scar
an isolated or protruding rock; a steep, rocky eminence; a bare place on the side of a mountain or steep bank of earth
a marine food fish, the scarus, or parrot fish
Scars are areas of fibrous tissue that replace normal skin after injury. A scar results from the biological process of wound repair in the skin and other tissues of the body. Thus, scarring is a natural part of the healing process. With the exception of very minor lesions, every wound results in some degree of scarring. An exception to this is animals with regeneration, which do not form scars and the tissue will grow back exactly as before. Scar tissue is the exact same protein as the tissue that it replaces, but the fiber composition of the protein is different; instead of a random basketweave formation of the collagen fibers found in normal tissue, in fibrosis the collagen cross-links and forms a pronounced alignment in a single direction. This collagen scar tissue alignment is usually of inferior functional quality to the normal collagen randomised alignment. For example, scars in the skin are less resistant to ultraviolet radiation, and sweat glands and hair follicles do not grow back within scar tissues. A myocardial infarction, commonly known as a heart attack, causes scar formation in the heart muscle, which leads to loss of muscular power and possibly heart failure. However, there are some tissues that can heal without any structural or functional deterioration.
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Translations for SCAR
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
the mark that is left by a wound or sore
a scar on the arm where the dog bit him.
- نَدْبَه، أثر الجُرْحArabic
- cicatrizPortuguese (BR)
- die NarbeGerman
- σημάδι, ουλήGreek
- اثر زخمFarsi
- दाग, क्षतचिह्नHindi
- ožiljak, brazgotinaCroatian
- parut lukaIndonesian
- اثر زخمPersian
- داغ ، د پر هار نښه ، ټپPashto
- рубец, шрамRussian
- yara iziTurkish
- 傷疤Chinese (Trad.)
- шрам, рубецьUkrainian
- داغ، زخم کا نشانUrdu
- sẹo, vết sẹoVietnamese
- 伤疤Chinese (Simp.)
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