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Translation of "assassinate" - English-Spanish dictionary

assassinate

verb   /əˈsæs·ɪ·neɪt/ ( present participle assassinating, past tense and past participle assassinated)
to kill someone important or famous asesinar
(Definition of assassinate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

assassinate

verb /əˈsӕsineit/
to murder, especially for political reasons asesinar The president was assassinated by an unknown gunman.
assassination noun
asesinato the assassination of President Kennedy.
assassin noun
a person who assassinates asesino a hired assassin.
(Definition of assassinate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “assassinate”
in Korean 암살하다…
in Arabic يَغْتال…
in Malaysian membunuh…
in French assassiner…
in Russian убивать (по политическим мотивам)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 暗殺,行刺…
in Italian assassinare…
in Turkish suikast yapmak…
in Polish dokonać zamachu na…
in Vietnamese ám sát…
in Portuguese assassinar…
in Thai ลอบสังหาร…
in German (bei einem Attentat) ermorden…
in Catalan assassinar…
in Japanese ~を暗殺する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 暗杀,行刺…
in Indonesian membunuh…
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