Traducción de hara-kiri en Español:

hara-kiri

haraquiri, n.

Pronunciación /ˌhɛrəˈkɪri//ˌhɑrəˈkɪri//ˌharəˈkɪri/

nombre

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    haraquiri masculino
    to commit hara-kiri hacerse el haraquiri
    • After failing to launch a right-wing military coup in 1970, he committed hara-kiri, ritually disembowelling himself before being decapitated by an assistant.
    • He even pledged he would commit hara-kiri if he could not offer evidence of this five days before polling day.
    • The day after the surrender, he committed hara-kiri or suicide.
    • This man, a superior samurai named Yogo Zenemon, has been ordered by the lord, for his own reasons, to commit hara-kiri, or ritualistic suicide by disembowelment.
    • Goaded by Kira, Asana draws his sword inside the Shogun's castle, an act prohibited by law, and is forced to commit hara-kiri, leaving his family and samurai retainers dishonored.
    • A frequent reason for committing hara-kiri was in a lost battle to avoid the disgrace of falling into the hands of an enemy.
    • When Pinkerton finally reappears, bringing his American wife with him, Butterfly bids a desperate farewell to her boy before retiring behind a screen to commit hara-kiri.
    • ‘A samurai apologises for his sins by performing hara-kiri,’ Mr Nambu told the Japan Times.
    • Alejandro Ferretis plays a middle-aged painter who has retired to a secluded and primitive village to commit suicide (this hara-kiri is perhaps a key to the enigmatic title).
    • He was recovering his health after a hara-kiri attempt.
    • But hopefully with my advice you won't be reduced to returning home in a depressed state and committing hara-kiri in your bathtub.
    • Yet every time Tariana Turia tried it, the worm all but committed hara-kiri.
    • He would probably have been compelled to commit punk hara-kiri by impaling himself on a winklepicker.
    • I had in my mind the spectacle of Okinawa island, where many thousands of Japanese, rather than surrender, had drawn up in line and destroyed themselves by hand-grenades after their leaders had solemnly performed the rite of hara-kiri.
    • The Japanese commander, Saito, committed hara-kiri and left his troops without leadership.
    • Nagase said he had also hoped to meet an elderly female resident in the area who had reportedly said her wartime lover, a Japanese soldier, had committed hara-kiri there.
    • Now the question could well be, ‘Do you want me to commit hara-kiri?’
    • After earnest consideration, the ronin were ordered to commit hara-kiri.
    • Disgrace and defeat were atoned by committing hara-kiri or seppuku.
    • In the final, disarmingly quiet scene of The Sun, the emperor is informed that the young sound technician who recorded his speech of renunciation has committed hara-kiri.