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tomb

noun   /tuːm/
a place where a dead person is buried tumba
(Definition of tomb from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tomb

noun /tuːm/
a hole or vault in the ground in which a dead body is put; a grave tumba He was buried in the family tomb.
tombstone noun
an ornamental stone placed over a grave on which the dead person’s name etc is engraved. lápida sepulcral
(Definition of tomb from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tomb”
in Korean 무덤…
in Arabic قَبْر…
in Malaysian makam…
in French tombe(au)…
in Russian могила…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指重要人物的)墳墓,陵墓,塚…
in Italian tomba…
in Turkish türbe, kabir, mezar…
in Polish grób, grobowiec…
in Vietnamese nấm mồ…
in Portuguese tumba…
in Thai หลุมฝังศพ…
in German das Grab…
in Catalan tomba…
in Japanese 墓…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指重要人物的)坟墓,陵墓,冢…
in Indonesian kuburan…
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