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cremate
American English: /ˈkriˌmeɪt/
, /krəˈmeɪt/
British English: /krɪˈmeɪt/

Translation of cremate in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • Example sentences
    • Raising a monument to the memory of the deceased at the place where his dead body is cremated is taboo.
    • Some great teachers of the past told their students simply to cremate their body and dispose of it, because the body is not important.
    • Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Sikhs cremate their dead.

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