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Translation of "torture" - English-Spanish dictionary

torture

verb /ˈtoːtʃə/
to treat (someone) cruelly or painfully, as a punishment, or in order to make him/her confess something, give information etc
torturar
He tortured his prisoners She was tortured by rheumatism/jealousy.
Translations of “torture”
in Arabic يُعَذِّب…
in Korean 고문하다…
in Malaysian menyeksa…
in French torturer…
in Turkish işkence etmek, eziyet etmek…
in Italian torturare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 拷打, 拷問, 折磨…
in Russian пытать…
in Polish torturować…
in Vietnamese hành hạ…
in Portuguese torturar…
in Thai ทรมานให้เจ็บปวด…
in German foltern…
in Catalan torturar…
in Japanese ~を拷問する…
in Indonesian menyiksa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 拷打, 拷问, 折磨…
(Definition of torture from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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