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maim
American English: /meɪm/
British English: /meɪm/

Translation of maim in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (cripple)
    (mutilate) mutilar
    she survived but she was maimed for life
    sobrevivió pero quedó lisiada para toda la vida
    she was emotionally maimed by his death
    su muerte la dejó deshecha
    Example sentences
    • And I don't think any player goes on the field to deliberately hurt or maim someone.
    • The last thing I needed was to be maimed by a wild animal two hours before my birthday.
    • He then claims he will permanently maim the younger man - one fears the worst - but, in fact, does no such thing.

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