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Significado de “kill” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "kill" - Diccionario Inglés

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killverb

uk   us   /kɪl/

kill verb (DEATH)

A2 [I or T] to ​cause someone or something to ​die: Her ​parents were killed in a ​planecrash. Smoking can kill. Food must be ​heated to a high ​temperature to kill ​harmfulbacteria.
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kill verb (FINISH)

C2 [T] to ​stop or ​destroy a ​relationship, ​activity, or ​experience: Lack of ​romance can kill a ​marriage. They gave her some ​tablets to kill the ​pain. Kill ​yourspeed. [T] mainly US informal (also kill off) to ​drink all of something: We killed off two ​six-packswatching the ​game.

kill verb (EFFORT)

C1 [T] informal to ​cause someone a lot of ​effort or ​difficulty: It wouldn't kill you to ​apologize. He didn't ​exactly kill himselftrying to get the ​workfinished.

kill verb (HURT)

[T] informal to ​cause someone a lot of ​pain: I must ​sit down, my ​feet are killing me!

kill verb (ANGER)

A2 [T] informal If you say that someone will kill you, you ​mean that they will be very ​angry with you: My ​sister would kill me if she ​heard me say that.

kill verb (ENTERTAIN)

[T] mainly US informal to make someone ​laugh a lot: That ​comedian kills me.kill yourself informal to ​laugh very much: We were killing ourselves laughing.
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killnoun [C usually singular]

uk   us   /kɪl/
an ​animal or ​bird that has been ​hunted and killed, or the ​action of killing: The ​leopardseizesits kill and ​begins to ​eat. Like other ​birds of ​prey, it ​quickly moves in for the kill.
(Definition of kill from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "kill" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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killverb [I/T]

 us   /kɪl/
to ​cause someone or something to ​die: [T] Livestock are being killed by ​tigers in some ​areas. [I] Just a ​tinydrop of this ​poison is enough to kill. [T] fig. If you ​tell Mom, I’ll kill you (= I will be ​extremelyangry with you). To kill something can also ​mean to ​hurt, ​damage, ​remove, or ​destroy it: [T] It wouldn’t kill you to ​apologize. [T] The ​doctor gave her something to kill the ​pain.kill time (also time to kill) If you kill ​time or have ​time to kill, you do something while you are ​waiting for something ​else to ​happen: We killed some ​timeplayingcards while we ​waited for the ​flight. I had a ​couple of ​hours to kill before ​dinner.
killing
noun [C]  us   /ˈkɪl·ɪŋ/
She ​refused to take ​part in the killing of ​animals.

killnoun [U]

 us   /kɪl/
an ​animal that has been ​hunted and killed: The ​leopardseizedits kill and ​dragged it into the ​bush.
(Definition of kill from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "kill" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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killverb [T]

uk   us   /kɪl/
to ​stop or destroy something: The board's ​negativevote killed the ​deal. The ​pooreconomicsituation has killed the ​plan to ​expand the ​business. All ​sorts of new ​media are killing ​regionalnewspapers.
(Definition of kill from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “kill”
en coreano 죽이다, 아프다…
en árabe يَقْتُل, يُؤْذي…
in Malaysian membunuh…
en francés tuer…
en ruso убивать, прекращать, губить…
en chino (tradicionál) 死, 殺死, 弄死…
en italiano uccidere, ammazzare…
en turco öldürmek, mahvetmek, bitirmek…
en polaco zabić, zniszczyć, popsuć…
en español matar, asesinar…
in Vietnamese giết…
en portugués matar, doer muito…
in Thai ฆ่า…
en alemán töten…
en catalán matar, destruir, fer molt mal…
en japonés ~を殺す, ~が痛くてたまらない…
en chino (simplificado) 死, 杀死, 弄死…
in Indonesian membunuh…
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