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cruelty-free
Pronunciation: /ˈkruəltiˌfri/

Translation of cruelty-free in Spanish:

adjective

  • no probado or (in Latin America also) testeado en animales
    Example sentences
    • Many natural products are cruelty-free, too (again, check the label), so you can rest assured that no cute little bunnies had to suffer for your vanity.
    • These cruelty-free products have not been certified by the Federal Food and Drug Administration authorities.
    • Most major companies advertise cruelty-free products and the idea of testing on humans is much more widespread.

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