Sprain one's ankle
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to sprain one's ankle: to twist, to injure the bone between the leg and the foot
I sprained my ankle playing soccer over the weekend. I jumped up and fell down on it too hard.
UK: I sprained my wrist playing tennis.
US: Be careful not to sprain your ankle.
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