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Spanish translation of “massacre”

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massacre

noun /ˈmӕsəkə/
the killing of a large number of usually people, especially with great cruelty
masacre
the Sarajevo massacre.
a very bad defeat
masacre
That last game was a complete massacre.
Translations of “massacre”
in Korean 학살…
in Arabic مَذْبَحة…
in French massacre…
in Italian massacro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 大屠殺, 殘殺, (尤指體育比賽中的)慘敗…
in Russian резня, бойня…
in Turkish katliam, toplu yok etme…
in Polish masakra…
in Portuguese massacre…
in German das Gemetzel, völlige Niederlage…
in Catalan massacre…
in Japanese 大虐殺…
in Chinese (Simplified) 大屠杀, 残杀, (尤指体育比赛中的)惨败…
(Definition of massacre from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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