noun/nombre(no plural/sin plural)
- 1 [formal] 1.1 (death) [euphemistic/eufemístico] fallecimiento (masculine) [formal], deceso (masculine) (Latin America/América Latina) [formal] upon his demise tras su fallecimientoMore example sentences1.2 (end) desaparición (feminine)
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- At the heart of the new measures is a disturbing video charting the demise and death of a heroin victim.
- Why highlight the tragic demise of one woman, and gloss over the deaths of the 14 men?
- And that is the real story of the tragic demise of Liam Lawlor.
- What is the reason for the apparent demise of the central institution of democracy, parliament?
- As many as 600 ships a year carried away charcoal made from South Lakeland's woods, but the demise of the industry and the coming of the railway in 1856 brought a dramatic decline.
- The services sector is all some regions in the UK have left after the demise of the manufacturing industry.
- 2 [Law/Derecho] transferencia (feminine) en arrendamientoMore example sentences
- First, where a landlord let premises by demise to a tenant, he was regarded as parting with all control over them.
- Sandy Lane was not included in the demise but the lease included a grant of a right of way over it for all purposes.
- From about April 1990 the issue whether the Yellow land was to be included in any demise dominated the exchanges between the parties.
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