There are 2 translations of slaughter in Spanish:

slaughter1

Pronunciation: /ˈslɔːtər; ˈslɔːtə(r)/

n

u
  • 1.1 (of animals) matanza (f) ritual slaughter sacrificio (m) (ritual)
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    • The course covers meat processing from slaughter to packaging, food preparation and export compliance, health and safety, and communication skills.
    • Both pathogens can colonise the intestines of beef cattle and get into the food chain during slaughter at the abattoir.
    • The Bible records many examples of the slaughter of animals for food, products or purpose.
    1.2 (massacre) masacre (f), matanza (f), carnicería (f)
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    • Yet Amin took the use of murder as a way of dealing with all enemies, real or imagined, to new heights in Uganda and conducted his campaign of slaughter with cruel relish.
    • Those possibilities, it seems, now extend to violent slaughter of the type previously monopolised by male action heroes.
    • Brutal conquests to be sure, his bloody wake of slaughter in the violent thirteenth century led to the murder of untold millions.

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There are 2 translations of slaughter in Spanish:

slaughter2

vt

  • 1.1 (kill) [pig/cattle] matar, carnear (CS) ; [civilians/troops] matar salvajemente, masacrar
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    • When I say meat, I do mean slaughtered animals killed for food.
    • I don't have a moral dilemma when it comes to slaughtering animals for food, just so long as it is done humanely.
    • Thus, even though nomads have to get much of their food by slaughtering animals from their herds, their way of life is still religiously respectable.
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    • The new powers will enable the Executive to slaughter pet birds - and even dogs and cats.
    • The three feuding groups adopted extremely cruel methods to slaughter each other and engage in ethnic cleansing.
    • If these officials are telling the truth, they gave in because they believed NATO was about to destroy urban Serbia and slaughter the civilian population.
    1.2 (defeat) [colloquial/familiar] [opponent/team] darle* una paliza a [familiar/colloquial] we were slaughtered in the final nos dieron una paliza en la final [familiar/colloquial]
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    • Bradford took the morning's foursomes 8-4 with Ian Martin and Roche slaughtering their opponents 7 & 6.
    • In the first game of the summer cup, Walkers' dominoes team were slaughtered.
    • I'm going ‘ah no, I've just got away’ but up we went and I got hammered, absolutely slaughtered.

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