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massacre

noun [C]  /ˈmæs·ə·kər/ us  
the killing of a large number of people, esp. people who are not involved in any fighting or have no way of defending themselves
massacre
verb [T]  /ˈmæs·ə·kər/ us  
Guerrilla troops are thought to have massacred the entire village.
Traducciones de “massacre”
en coreano 학살하다…
en árabe مَذْبَحة…
en francés massacre…
en turco katliam, toplu yok etme…
en italiano massacrare…
en chino (tradicionál) 大屠殺, 殘殺, (尤指體育比賽中的)慘敗…
en ruso резня, бойня…
en polaco masakra…
en español masacre…
en portugués massacrar…
en alemán das Gemetzel, völlige Niederlage…
en catalán massacrar…
en japonés ~を大虐殺する…
en chino (simplificado) 大屠杀, 残杀, (尤指体育比赛中的)惨败…
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