be injured

See: suffer
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"I do not want to be injured, I don't want to miss these games.
If I go to Chicago with this woman who is not my wife, somehow the school patrol will forget to guard the intersection and someone's child will be injured. A sixth-grade teacher will think, 'What the hell,' and eliminate South America from geography.
When the muscles in the quadriceps are much stronger than the hamstrings, they can be injured, as well as when they are tight with limited range of motion and flexibility.