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stab

verb /stab/ ( past tense, past participle stabbed)
to wound or pierce with a pointed instrument or weapon
apuñalar
He stabbed him (through the heart / in the chest) with a dagger.
stabbing adjective (of pain etc) very acute as though caused by a stab
punzada
He complained of a stabbing pain just before he collapsed.
stab (someone) in the back to act treacherously towards (someone)
apuñalar a alguien por la espalda
He was stabbed in the back by one of his colleagues.
(Definition of stab from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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