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Meaning of “corpse” - Learner’s Dictionary

corpse

noun [C]     /kɔːps/
a dead person's bodyDeath and dying
Translations of “corpse”
in Arabic جُثّة, جُثْمان…
in Korean 시체…
in Malaysian mayat…
in French cadavre…
in Turkish ceset…
in Italian cadavere, salma…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常指人的)屍體…
in Russian труп…
in Polish zwłoki…
in Vietnamese tử thi…
in Spanish cadáver…
in Portuguese cadáver…
in Thai ซากศพ…
in German die Leiche…
in Catalan cadàver…
in Japanese 死体…
in Indonesian mayat…
in Chinese (Simplified) (通常指人的)尸体…
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