English version

injure somebody’s pride/feelings etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinjure somebody’s pride/feelings etcinjure somebody’s pride/feelings etcHARM/BE BAD FORto say unfair or unpleasant things that hurt someone’s pride, feelings etcRegisterIn everyday English, people usually say hurt rather than injure:He hurt his leg playing rugby.He really hurt my feelings. injure
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