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obituary

noun /əˈbitjuəri/ ( plural obituaries)
a notice (eg in a newspaper) of a person’s death, often with an account of his life and work
necrología, obituario
Have you read his obituary in The Times?
Translations of “obituary”
in Korean 사망 기사…
in Arabic نَعي…
in French notice nécrologique…
in Italian necrologio…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指報紙上的)訃告,訃聞…
in Russian некролог…
in Turkish vefat/ölüm ilanı…
in Polish nekrolog…
in Portuguese obituário, necrológio…
in German der Nachruf…
in Catalan necrologia…
in Japanese (新聞、インターネットの)死亡記事…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指报纸上的)讣告,讣闻…
(Definition of obituary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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