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epitaph

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈep.ɪ.tɑːf/ US  /-tæf/
a short piece of writing or a poem about a dead person, especially one written on their gravestone
悼文;悼亡诗;(尤指)墓志铭
PoetryRemembering people who have diedGravestones and monuments
Translations of “epitaph”
in Spanish epitafio…
in French épitaphe…
in German die Grabschrift…
in Chinese (Traditional) 悼文, 悼亡詩, (尤指)墓誌銘…
in Russian надгробная надпись…
in Turkish mezar taşı yazısı, yazıt…
in Polish epitafium…
(Definition of epitaph from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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