There are 2 translations of grave in Spanish:

grave1

noun/nombre

  • 1.1 tumba (feminine), sepultura (feminine) as quiet o silent as the grave como una tumba inside, the place was like a grave dentro había un silencio sepulcral to dig one's own grave cavarse su ( or mi etc) propia tumba to turn in one's grave your father must be turning in his grave si tu padre levantara la cabeza …
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    • With the other executed rebels, his body was put into a mass grave with no coffin.
    • Most of the missing are believed to be buried in mass graves, and several mass grave sites have already been found and exhumed.
    • Marking graves with stones was one of the characteristics that continued through centuries and religions.
    1.2 (death) [literary/literario] that's a secret she'll take to the grave ese es un secreto que se llevará a la tumba a voice from beyond the grave una voz de ultratumba Waterloo was the grave of Bonapartist hopes en Waterloo quedaron enterradas las esperanzas bonapartistas
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    • It is often at the graveside that people's ears and hearts strain to hear a word that carries beyond death and the grave.
    • They have made a covenant with Death and the grave.
    • He had no hope beyond the grave; he mocked at death; he was in his seventy-seventh year.
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    • In the Seetalsee across the border in Austria a further £500m in ingots is said to repose in a watery grave.
    • Even a minute crack on the submarine's surface can lead to a watery grave.
    • Apparently not; the painstakingly hand-tended wooden form of my Jordan 193 now lies in a watery grave in the river at a former factory site.

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There are 2 translations of grave in Spanish:

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Pronunciation: /greɪv/

adjective/adjetivo (graver, gravest)

  • 1 1.1 (serious, momentous) [consequences/error/danger] grave of the gravest importance de la mayor gravedad you do me a grave injustice estás cometiendo una grave injusticia conmigo
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    • As we have seen, those structures can distance and muffle even the pleas of parents who are concerned about grave danger to their children.
    • Referring to the situation in the state the statement expressed grave concern over the continuing violence by the insurgents.
    • Furthermore, the conviction of a registered medical practitioner for offences of violence is a matter of grave concern.
    1.2 (solemn) [voice/expression/manner] grave he's rather grave es una persona más bien seria
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    • And their teacher: he's a tall, very urbane and rather natty man, with a grave manner.
    • So they hem and haw and appear ever so grave and thoughtful.
    • She started walking down the small hallway towards the kitchen and her parents looked at her in a grave manner.
  • 2 /grɑːv/ [Linguistics/Lingüística] grave a grave accent un acento grave

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