Definición de funeral en inglés:

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Pronunciación: /ˈfjuːn(ə)r(ə)l/


1A ceremony or service held shortly after a person’s death, usually including the person’s burial or cremation: in the afternoon, he’d attended a funeral [as modifier]: a funeral service
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  • Shocked regulars are holding a wake for him at the pub after his funeral service at Southend Crematorium next Tuesday.
  • The funeral service and cremation will be held at Scholemoor Cemetery tomorrow at 1pm.
  • Kevin Warr's family and friends packed into his funeral service at Overdale Crematorium.
burial, burying, interment, entombment, committal, inhumation, laying to rest, consignment to the grave;
funeral rites, obsequies, last offices;
wake, vigil
rare sepulture, exequies
1.1US rare A sermon delivered at a funeral: the community would call him to preach the funeral
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  • The gentleman was on his way to Oklahoma with his wife and six kids to preach a funeral.
1.2 archaic or literary A procession of mourners at a burial: her funeral had to pass
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  • The laneway to the cemetery was narrow and it was on Deegans land - the funerals had to pass through Deegans yard.
  • When she was a child it was common to see funerals pass the road with the coffin carried by men.
  • The villages through which the funeral passed had all the shutters up in respect for his memory.


it's your funeral

informal Used to warn someone that an unwise act or decision is their responsibility: ‘I won’t discuss it.’ ‘Don’t then—it’s your funeral.’
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  • If you'll excuse the cliché, go ahead but it's your funeral.
  • The constable sighed, ‘All right, bud, it's your funeral.’
  • ‘All right, it's your funeral,’ he said, stepping away from the door to Shaidanna's room and gesturing him through.
responsibility, problem, worry, concern, business, affair
informal headache
British informal lookout, pigeon


Late Middle English: from Old French funeraille, from medieval Latin funeralia, neuter plural of late Latin funeralis, from Latin funus, funer- 'funeral, death, corpse'.

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Saltos de línea: fu|neral

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