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Spanish translation of “sacrifice”

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
(Definition of sacrifice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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