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Spanish translation of “posthumous”

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posthumous

adjective /ˈpostjuməs/
happening, coming etc to a person after his death
póstumo
the posthumous publication of his book.
(of a child) born after its father has died.
póstumo
posthumously adverb
póstumamente
His last novel was published posthumously.
Translations of “posthumous”
in French posthume, né orphelin de père…
in German posthum, nach dem Tode, nach dem Tod des Vaters geboren…
in Chinese (Traditional) 死後發生的…
in Russian посмертный…
in Turkish ölümünden sonra…
in Chinese (Simplified) 死后发生的…
in Polish pośmiertny…
(Definition of posthumous from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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