Translation of victim in Spanish:

victim

Pronunciation: /ˈvɪktəm; ˈvɪktɪm/

n

  • víctima (f) cancer victims víctimas del cáncer the flood victims los damnificados por las inundaciones she was the victim of a violent attack fue víctima de un violento ataque to fall victim to sth ser* víctima de algo he fell victim to her charms sucumbió a sus encantos
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    • Here is the man who is first to raise money or organise events to help victims of crime or the needy, a man with human compassion.
    • It estimates that one woman in four now suffers as a victim of domestic violence.
    • Tragic mums whose children were victims of gun crime were today gathering at a unique event to tackle armed gangs.

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