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slaughter

noun /ˈsloːtə/
the killing of people or animals in large numbers, cruelly and usually unnecessarily
masacre
Many people protested at the annual slaughter of seals.
the killing of animals for food
matanza
Methods of slaughter must be humane.
slaughter-house noun a place where animals are killed in order to be sold for food; an abattoir.
matadero
(Definition of slaughter from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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