Traducción de morgue en Español:


depósito de cadáveres, n.

Pronunciación /mɔrɡ//mɔːɡ/


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    depósito de cadáveres masculino
    morgue femenino América Latina
    • At the city morgue, workers nailed together coffins and put some of the dead in an ambulance to transport them to cemeteries.
    • The two bodies were transferred to the city morgue in Fairview around midday for post-mortem tests.
    • The body was then exhumed and taken to the city morgue in Marino where a post-mortem was carried out.
    • His body lay unrecognised in the city morgue for three days.
    • For some reason, he had crossed his home address off his passport, so his body went unidentified in the city morgue for three days.
    • Postmortems on bodies are usually carried out in Dublin in the city morgue, or nationwide in hospital mortuaries.
    • SAS troopers also spend about a week in a morgue, observing post-mortem examinations to develop an understanding of anatomy.
    • Medical samples such as human tissue, blood, and other bodily fluids, are taken from the morgue to the laboratory to be tested.
    • On the way to the morgue, a police officer heard the man gasp for air and they immediately took him to the emergency unit at the nearest hospital.
    • It was impossible to independently verify the death toll, but the hospital morgue was so full yesterday that five corpses had been laid outside under blankets.
    • They offered to pay $4,325 toward the funeral in addition to the casket and transportation to the morgue.
    • Shortly after that, his body was taken to the city morgue for autopsy.
    • Her body had already been taken to the morgue at the hospital.
    • However, they refused to outline the cause of the deaths until the State Pathologist examined the bodies, which were last night at the morgue in the General Hospital.
    • Relatives of the dead headed to the city morgue for the grisly task of identifying their loved ones.
    • The local hospitals and morgues have only 8 bodies, all civilians.
    • Dozens of family members wandered desperately between hospitals and morgues where they looked over badly burned bodies.
    • I also needed to visit the morgue to check out the dead woman again.
    • But mostly, they end up cold and lifeless in morgues.
    • A post-mortem was carried out at the city morgue after the body parts were removed from the Royal Canal.