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Translation of "death" - English-German dictionary

death

noun /deθ/
the act of dying der Tod There have been several deaths in the town recently Most people fear death. something which causes one to die der Tod Smoking too much will be the death of him. the state of being dead der Tod Her eyes were closed in death. deathly adjective, adverb as if caused by death tödlich a deathly silence It was deathly quiet. death-bed noun the bed in which a person dies. das Sterbebett death certificate an official piece of paper signed by a doctor stating the cause of someone’s death. der Totenschein at death’s door on the point of dying. an der Schwelle des Todes catch one’s death (of cold) to get a very bad cold sich den Tod holen If you go out in that rain without a coat, you’ll catch your death (of cold). put to death to cause to be killed töten In the old days, criminals were put to death by hanging. to death very greatly bis zum Äußersten I’m sick to death of you.
Translations of “death”
in Arabic مَوْت, وَفاة…
in Korean 죽음…
in Malaysian kematian, penyebab kematian, mati…
in French mort, décès…
in Turkish ölüm, ebdiyete intikal…
in Italian morte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 死,死亡…
in Russian смерть…
in Polish śmierć…
in Vietnamese cái chết, bị giết chết, tình trạng chết…
in Spanish muerte…
in Portuguese morte…
in Thai การตาย, สาเหตุการตาย, ความตาย…
in Catalan mort…
in Japanese 死…
in Indonesian kematian, penyebab kematian, mati…
in Chinese (Simplified) 死,死亡…
(Definition of death from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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