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Translation of "abolish" - English-Spanish dictionary

abolish

verb   /əˈbɒl·ɪʃ/
to end a law or system abolir Slavery was abolished in the US in 1865.
(Definition of abolish from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abolish

verb /əˈboliʃ/
to put an end to (a custom, law etc) abolir When was the death penalty abolished in this country?
abolition /ӕ-/ noun
abolición the abolition of slavery.
(Definition of abolish from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “abolish”
in Korean (법이나 체계등을) 폐지하다…
in Arabic يُلْغي…
in Malaysian memansuh…
in French abolir…
in Russian отменять…
in Chinese (Traditional) 廢除,廢止…
in Italian abolire…
in Turkish kanun veya bir sisteme son vermek, yürürlükten kaldırmak…
in Polish znieść, zlikwidować…
in Vietnamese huỷ bỏ…
in Portuguese abolir…
in Thai ล้มเลิก…
in German abschaffen…
in Catalan abolir…
in Japanese (法律・制度)を廃止する, 撤廃する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 废除,废止…
in Indonesian menghapuskan…
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