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English definition of “kill”
/kɪl/ v [I/T]
› to cause someone or something to die: [T] Livestock are being killed by tigers in some areas. [I] Just a tiny drop of this poison is enough to kill. [T] fig. If you tell Mom, I’ll kill you (= I will be extremely angry with you). › To kill something can also mean to hurt, damage, remove, or destroy it: [T] It wouldn’t kill you to apologize. [T] The doctor gave her something to kill the pain. kill time (also time to kill) › If you kill time or have time to kill, you do something while you are waiting for something else to happen: We killed some time playing cards while we waited for the flight. I had a couple of hours to kill before dinner. killing
/ˈkɪl·ɪŋ/ n [C] › She refused to take part in the killing of animals.