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I saw my boss kissing a man who is not her husband in an alley on my way home from work and saw the two of them going into a hotel the next week. She has a young kid and is married to a great guy. We live a couple of blocks away from them, and her husband and kid often bring us cookies they’ve made or invite us over for barbecues. When one of my own kids shattered his leg and I was away, my boss’s husband drove him to the hospital and waited by his bed for six hours until I could get there. shattered his legはどのような意味でしょうか?よろしくお願いします

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"shattered his leg" 「彼の足を折った(複雑骨折した)」 「脚の骨を折る」は break a leg ですが。これに対し、shatter a leg は直訳すると「足を粉々に折る」ですが、意味的には「足を複雑骨折する」です。

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