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Meanings

1.
to fold over, to snap
(For the corner of pages in a book when you make a dog-ear, and also for flowers and branches that you bend and break. Spoken past goes with "haben".)
2.
to twist one's ankle
(Very common verb for twisting or rolling one's ankle. Is used WITHOUT saying "ankle" or "foot". The verb alone is 100% clear.)

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