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Translation of "suffocate" - English-Spanish dictionary

suffocate

verb   /ˈsʌf·ə·keɪt/
to die because you cannot breathe or to kill someone by stopping them from breathing ahogar(se), asfixiar(se) He suffocated her with a pillow.
(Definition of suffocate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

suffocate

verb /ˈsafəkeit/
to kill, die, cause distress to or feel distress, through lack of air or the prevention of free breathing sofocar A baby may suffocate if it sleeps with a pillow The smoke was suffocating him May I open the window? I’m suffocating.
suffocation noun
sofocación, asfixia death by suffocation.
(Definition of suffocate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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