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bastinado Saltos de línea: bas¦tin|ado
Pronunciación: /ˌbastɪˈneɪdəʊ/
/ˌbastɪˈnɑːdəʊ/

Definición de bastinado en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun]
A form of punishment or torture that involved caning the soles of someone’s feet.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • One favourite method was the grisly bastinado: turning a slave upside down and beating the soles of their feet until raw.
  • The bare feet are beautiful, elegant and feminine but bring to mind the bastinado, the terrible flogging of the feet.
  • The act of Bastinado, generally used to punish miscreants but also to elicit answers from torture victims, extends back through history hundreds of years.

verbo (bastinadoes, bastinadoing, bastinadoed)

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Punish or torture (someone) by caning the soles of their feet: if she had been hurt he would have had the slave bastinadoed
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Apart from the bastinadoing other methods were employed, too, such as putting hot irons on the chest.
  • There are four capital punishments: beheading, hanging, strangling and bastinadoing to death.
  • True, he had simplified several knotty matters by bastinadoing and cutting off the heads of all concerned, but this left a multitude of matters which could not be disposed of in that summary fashion.

Origen

Late 16th century (denoting a blow with a stick): from Spanish bastonada, from bastón 'stick, cudgel', from late Latin bastum 'stick'.

Palabras que riman con bastinado

aficionado, amontillado, avocado, Bardo, Barnardo, bravado, Colorado, desperado, Dorado, eldorado, incommunicado, Leonardo, Mikado, muscovado, Prado, renegado, Ricardo, stifado

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