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Translation of "suicide" - English-Spanish dictionary

suicide

noun   /ˈsuː·ɪ·saɪd/
the action or an act of deliberately killing yourself suicidio the suicide rate an increase in teenage suicides
commit suicide
to kill yourself deliberately suicidarse He committed suicide after a long period of depression.
a person who deliberately kills himself or herself suicida
(Definition of suicide from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

suicide

noun /ˈsuːisaid/
the/an act of killing oneself deliberately suicidio She committed suicide an increasing number of suicides.
a person who kills himself deliberately. suicida
suicidal adjective
inclined to suicide suicida She sometimes feels suicidal.
extremely dangerous, or likely to lead to death or disaster suicida He was driving at a suicidal speed.
suicidally adverb
de manera/modo suicida
(Definition of suicide from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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