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bandage in Drugs, medicines topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbandageban‧dage1 /ˈbændɪdʒ/ ●●○ noun [countable]  first_aid_kit.jpg MDa narrow piece of cloth that you tie around a wound or around a part of the body that has been injured
Examples from the Corpus
bandageAbout an hour later, he returned with a bandage around his arm.Chris bumped his head again while snorkelling and now has rather an impressive bandage!Eyes wrapped in bandages in the cataract ward, the world as hushed and black as the deepest for ever.He looked up at her through the hair falling over his forehead, black against the bandages.If blood keeps coming through the bandage, do not remove it; simply put another bandage on top.Next, cancer samples were hidden under bandages on a volunteer, and Pickel still reported an almost perfect record for George.