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Spanish translation of “snuff”

snuff

verb /snaf/
to snip off the burnt part of the wick of (a candle or lamp).
sofocar
snuff out phrasal verb to extinguish the flame of (a candle etc)
apagar
He snuffed out the candle by squeezing the wick between his thumb and forefinger.
to (cause to) come to a sudden end
acabar (con)
Opposition was quickly snuffed out.
(Definition of snuff from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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