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hearse

noun [C] uk   /hɜːs/  us   /hɝːs/
a vehicle used to carry a body in a coffin to a funeral
Translations of “hearse”
in Arabic نَعش…
in Korean 영구차…
in Malaysian kereta mayat…
in French corbillard…
in Turkish cenaze arabası…
in Italian carro funebre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 靈車,柩車…
in Russian катафалк…
in Polish karawan…
in Vietnamese xe tang…
in Spanish coche/carro fúnebre…
in Portuguese carro fúnebre…
in Thai รถศพ…
in German der Leichenwagen…
in Catalan cotxe fúnebre…
in Japanese 霊柩(きゅう)車…
in Indonesian mobil jenazah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 灵车,柩车…
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