cadáver

m.
cadaver, dead body, corpse, body.
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cadáver
nombre masculino
1 (de persona) corpse, cadaver, body, dead body
2 (de animal) body, carcass
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noun m.
body, corpse
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SM [de persona] (dead) body, corpse; [de animal] body, carcass

¡sobre mi cadáver!, ¡por encima de mi cadáver! — over my dead body!

ingresó cadáver — he was dead on arrival (at hospital)

cadáver en el armario — (fig) skeleton in the cupboard

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masculino (de persona) corpse; (de animal) carcass

ingresó cadáver — he was dead on arrival

tendrás que pasar por encima de mi cadáver! — over my dead body!

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= corpse, cadaver, dead body.
Ex. The novel is a crude barbaric mixture of verse and prose, poetry and realism, crammed with ghosts, corpses, maniacs all very unlike Racine.
Ex. Rather than bringing in butchers to do the handiwork of his dissections, Vesalius himself worked on the human cadavers and said that students of medicine should do the same.
Ex. American scientists grow brain cells taken from dead bodies, in an advance they say could one day treat neurodegenerative diseases.
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* bolsa para cadáveres = body bag.
* depósito de cadáveres = morgue, mortuary.
* ¡tener + que pasar por encima de + Posesivo + cadáver! = over + Posesivo + dead body.
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masculino (de persona) corpse; (de animal) carcass

ingresó cadáver — he was dead on arrival

tendrás que pasar por encima de mi cadáver! — over my dead body!

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= corpse, cadaver, dead body.

Ex: The novel is a crude barbaric mixture of verse and prose, poetry and realism, crammed with ghosts, corpses, maniacs all very unlike Racine.

Ex: Rather than bringing in butchers to do the handiwork of his dissections, Vesalius himself worked on the human cadavers and said that students of medicine should do the same.
Ex: American scientists grow brain cells taken from dead bodies, in an advance they say could one day treat neurodegenerative diseases.
* bolsa para cadáveres = body bag.
* depósito de cadáveres = morgue, mortuary.
* ¡tener + que pasar por encima de + Posesivo + cadáver! = over + Posesivo + dead body.

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cadáver
masculine
(de una persona) corpse; (de un animal) carcass
ingresó cadáver he was dead on arrival
lo encontraron ya cadáver he was dead when they found him
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cadáver sustantivo masculino (de persona) corpse;
(de animal) carcass
cadáver sustantivo masculino
1 (de persona) corpse, (dead) body: ingresó cadáver, she was dead on arrival
¡antes tendrás que pasar por encima de mi cadáver!, over my dead body!
depósito de cadáveres, morgue
2 (de animal) body, carcass
'cadáver' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
cuerpo
- desenterrar
- despojo
- exhumación
- fiambre
- ingresar
- levantamiento
- muerta
- muerto
- pudrirse
- descomponer
- descompuesto
- impacto
- incinerar
- pudrir
English:
avert
- body
- cadaver
- carcase
- carcass
- corpse
- dead
- DOA
- doe
- dredge up
- exhume
- pronounce
- skeleton
- stiff
- wash up
- disposal
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cadáver nm
[de persona] corpse, (dead) body; [de animal] carcass;
ingresó cadáver [en hospital] he was dead on arrival;
Comp
por encima de mi cadáver over my dead body
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cadáver
m (dead) body, corpse
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cadáver nm
: corpse, cadaver
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cadáver n corpse / body [pl. bodies]

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

Synonyms:
, , , , (for dissection)


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