Translation of "sacrifice" - English-Spanish dictionary

sacrifice

noun uk /ˈsæk·rɪ·faɪs/

something good that you must stop having in order to achieve something

sacrificio
Sometimes you have to make sacrifices to succeed.

an animal that is killed and offered to a god in a religious ceremony

sacrificio
verb uk /ˈsækrɪfaɪs/ (present participle sacrificing, past tense and past participle sacrificed)

to stop having something good in order to achieve something

sacrificar
There are thousands of men ready to sacrifice their lives for their country.

to kill an animal and offer it to a god in a religious ceremony

sacrificar

(Translation of “sacrifice” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sacrifice

noun /ˈsӕkrifais/

the act of offering something (eg an animal that is specially killed) to a god

sacrificio
A lamb was offered in sacrifice.

the thing that is offered in this way

sacrificio
A slaughtered lamb was offered as a sacrifice.

something of value given away or up in order to gain something more important or to benefit another person

sacrificio
His parents made sacrifices to pay for his education.
sacrificial /-ˈfiʃəl/ adjective

de sacrificio
sacrificial victims.
sacrificially adverb

en forma de sacrificio

(Translation of “sacrifice” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)