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bury

verb /ˈberi/ ( past tense, past participle buried)
to place (a dead body) in a grave, the sea etc
enterrar
He was buried in the local cemetery.
to hide (under the ground etc)
esconder
My socks are buried somewhere in this drawer.
burial noun (an instance of) burying (a dead body) in a grave etc
entierro
my grandfather’s burial (also adjective) a burial service.
bury the hatchet to stop quarrelling
enterrar el hacha de guerra
Let’s bury the hatchet and be friends.
(Definition of bury from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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