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Translation of "mutilate" - English-Spanish dictionary

mutilate

verb   /ˈmjuː·tɪ·leɪt/
to damage someone’s body violently and severely, often by cutting off a part of it mutilar a mutilated body/corpse
(Definition of mutilate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

mutilate

verb /ˈmjuːtəˌleit/
to violently and permanently damage someone’s body, especially by cutting or removing part of it mutilar The spokesman confirmed that the body of the soldier had been mutilated.
to damage something very badly, especially by removing part of it mutilar By this time the painting was badly mutilated, and only portions of the former design remained.
mutilation noun
mutilación The commander denounced the mutilation of dead bodies as ’subhuman’.
(Definition of mutilate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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