The wounds have healed. The ointment healed his wounds. I heal quickly
2 reconcile, settle, patch up, put or set straight or right, remedy, repair, mend:
His only wish was to heal the rift with his brother.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb 1 ~ (up) to become healthy again; to make sth healthy again: [V] It took a long time for the wounds to heal. + The cut healed up without leaving a scar. +[VN] This will help to heal your cuts and scratches. + (figurative) It was a chance to heal the wounds in the party (= to repair the damage that had been done). 2[VN] ~ sb (of sth) (old use or formal) to cure sb who is ill; to make sb feel happy again: the story of Jesus healing ten lepers of their disease + I felt healed by his love. 3 to put an end to sth or make sth easier to bear; to end or become easier to bear: [VN] She was never able to heal the rift between herself and her father. +[V] The breach between them never really healed.
Collocation Dictionary verb
The wound hasn't healed properly yet.
| partially | beautifully, nicely, well | gradually, slowly | quickly | eventually, finally | up
The wound healed up very nicely.
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