There are 2 translations of massacre in Spanish:

massacre1

Pronunciation: /ˈmæsəkər; ˈmæsəkə(r)/

vt

  • 1.1 (slaughter) masacrar, matar
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    • In retaliation to killings of northerners in the South, the military rulers massacred thousands of southerners and many were brutally tortured.
    • We would massacre their cities, killing woman and children, and they would do the same.
    • Then criminal responsibility would in fact be much clearer than it would be if soldiers had massacred civilians in violation of orders.
    1.2 (defeat heavily) [colloquial/familiar] [opponent/team] aniquilar [colloquial/familiar]
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    • Yesterday, however, the triple Olympic champion turned up at the start of the women's time-trial and massacred the opposition to retain the second of her titles.
    • In 81 overs the Nalandians massacred the Royal bowlers to post a massive 315 for six wickets when stumps were drawn.
    • After taking some time to play himself in, he simply massacred the bowlers and England were put to the sword.
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    • Both gaze lovingly at their partner in the audience as they massacre bad ballads.
    • I think it appropriate to note that the song was not written by Joan, especially since there are people who feel that Joan massacred the song.
    • The orchestra didn't help matters and massacred the song completely and turned the guitar solo into a joke.
    1.3 (ruin) [text/music] destrozar*, arruinar, estropear

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There are 2 translations of massacre in Spanish:

massacre2

n

countable or uncountable/numerable o no numerable
  • 1.1 (murder) matanza (f), masacre (f), carnicería (f)
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    • It was a slow slaughter, peppered with massacres and atrocities from which whole generations are still recovering.
    • Nothing else can describe such brutal massacres, such wanton destruction.
    • I thought that I had seen one tiny corner of an indiscriminate massacre of students and intellectuals, a bloodbath.
    1.2 (heavy defeat) [colloquial/familiar] paliza (feminine) [colloquial/familiar]
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    • We discovered in the massacre at Macclesfield that all teams can look poor going backwards, and Longton were certainly no exception.
    • It was a massacre.. Australia smashed England out of the park in the batting and then took the major wickets in short order.
    • It was a massacre. When a team wins 38-14, on the road, without forcing a single defensive turnover, you know it has been a one-sided game.

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The CAP (Curso de Adaptación Pedagógica) is a course taken in Spain by graduates with degrees in subjects other than education, who want to teach at secondary level. Students take a CAP in a particular subject, such as mathematics, literature, etc.