Definition of Day of the Dead in English:

Day of the Dead

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noun

All Souls' Day, as celebrated in various European and Latin American countries, especially Mexico: the dead person is also formally remembered with prayers and feasting on the first anniversary of the death, and on the Day of the Dead every November
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  • He performs a traditional dance for the Latin Festival of the Day of the Dead.
  • He gets protection from one of his clients and steals money from another, but on November 2nd - the Day of the Dead - events become a little stranger than usual.
  • Those seeking one supreme father figure, who holds all the answers, will find something different in this clear-eyed emanation from a culture that celebrates the Day of the Dead.

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