CET4 TEM4 考 研 TOEFL CET6
1、in- "not" + jur- "right, law" + -y.
2、字面含义为：wrongful, unjust, injustice. 引申为：侮辱，冤枉，伤害，损害。
- injury:  Etymologically, an injury is something ‘unjust’. It comes via Anglo-Norman injurie from Latin injūria, a noun use of injūrius ‘unjust’, which was a compound adjective based on jūs ‘right’ (source of English just). Its original meaning in English was ‘wrongful action’, and it was only gradually that the notion of ‘harm’ (which had actually been present in the word from classical Latin times) began to come to the fore.
- injury (n.)
- late 14c., "harm, damage, loss; a specific injury," from Anglo-French injurie "wrongful action," from Latin injuria "wrong, hurt, injustice, insult," noun use of fem. of injurius "wrongful, unjust," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + ius (genitive iuris) "right, law" (see jurist).
- 1. The victim suffered a dreadful injury and lost a lot of blood.
- 2. He made a remarkable recovery from a shin injury.
- 3. He needed surgery to cure a troublesome back injury.
- 4. The goalkeeper was stretchered off just before half-time with a rib injury.
- 5. He had to spend two years bedridden with an injury.
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