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extinct

adjective /ikˈstiŋkt/
(of a type of animal etc) no longer in existence
extinguido
Mammoths became extinct in prehistoric times.
(of a volcano) no longer active
extinguido, apagado
That volcano was thought to be extinct until it suddenly erupted ten years ago.
extinction /ikˈstiŋkʃən/ noun making or becoming extinct
extinción
the extinction of the species.
the act of putting out or extinguishing (fire, hope etc).
extinción
(Definition of extinct from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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