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sacrifice

verb uk   /ˈsæk.rɪ.faɪs/ us  

sacrifice verb (GIVE UP)

C1 [T] to give up something that is valuable to you in order to help another person: Many women sacrifice interesting careers for their family.
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sacrifice verb (KILL)

[I or T] to kill an animal or a person and offer them to a god or gods

sacrifice

noun [C or U] uk   /ˈsæk.rɪ.faɪs/ us  

sacrifice noun [C or U] (GIVING UP)

C1 the act of giving up something that is valuable to you in order to help someone else: We had to make sacrifices in order to pay for our children's education. They cared for their disabled son for 27 years, at great personal sacrifice.
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sacrifice noun [C or U] (KILLING)

the act of killing an animal or person and offering them to a god or gods, or the animal, etc. that is offered: The people offered a lamb on the altar as a sacrifice for their sins.
Traducciones de “sacrifice”
en coreano 희생, 제물…
en árabe تَضْحِية, أُضْحِية…
en francés sacrifice…
en turco fedakârlık, özveri, kurban olma…
en italiano sacrificio…
en chino (tradicionál) 放棄, 犧牲, 獻出…
en ruso жертва, жертвоприношение…
en polaco poświęcenie, ofiara…
en español sacrificio…
en portugués sacrifício…
en alemán das Opfer…
en catalán sacrifici…
en japonés 犠牲, いけにえ…
en chino (simplificado) 放弃, 牺牲, 献出…
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