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Translation of "bereaved" - English-Spanish dictionary

bereaved

adjective   /bɪˈriːvd/
having a close relation or friend who has recently died afligido a bereaved widow The bereaved parents wept openly.648
noun   /bɪˈriːvd/
the bereaved
( plural the bereaved) a person whose close relation or friend has recently died el afligido, la afligida, los deudos It is generally accepted that the bereaved benefit from counselling.648
(Definition of bereaved from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

bereaved

adjective /biˈriːvd/
having lost, through death, someone dear enlutado a bereaved mother.
bereavement noun
pérdida The family has suffered two bereavements recently.
(Definition of bereaved from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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