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morticiannoun [C]

 us   /mɔrˈtɪʃ·ən/
an ​undertaker
(Definition of mortician from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “mortician”
in Spanish director de pompas fúnebres…
in Vietnamese người làm dịch vụ lễ tang…
in Malaysian pengurus mayat…
in Thai สัปเหร่อ…
in French entrepreneur/-eure de pompes funèbres…
in German der Leichenbestatter…
in Chinese (Simplified) 殡仪员, 丧葬承办人…
in Indonesian pengurus mayat…
in Chinese (Traditional) 殯儀員, 喪葬承辦人…
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