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grave

noun /ɡreiv/
a plot of ground, or the hole dug in it, in which a dead person is buried
tumba
He laid flowers on the grave.
gravedigger noun a person whose job is digging graves.
sepulturero, enterrador
gravestone noun a stone placed at a grave on which the dead person’s name etc is written.
lápida
graveyard noun a place where the dead are buried.
cementerio
Translations of “grave”
in Korean 무덤…
in Arabic قَبْر…
in French tombe…
in Italian tomba…
in Chinese (Traditional) 墳墓, 墓穴, 埋葬處…
in Russian могила…
in Turkish mezar, kabir…
in Polish grób…
in Portuguese sepultura…
in German das Grab…
in Catalan tomba…
in Japanese 墓…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坟墓, 墓穴, 埋葬处…
(Definition of grave from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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