Traducción de rebury en Español:


volver a enterrar, v.

Pronunciación /ˌriˈbɛri//riːˈbɛri/

verbo transitivoreburying, reburied, reburies

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    volver a enterrar
    • But its management of burial sites was called into question when 900 animals were buried at the wrong location at Tow Law, Country Durham, and had to be reburied.
    • All five relatives are buried under a single gravestone, but it would cost Steve, a retired policeman and army officer, about £3,000 to have them reburied elsewhere.
    • The service to rebury the bones was conducted by police chaplain Rev Dr Mike Ward.
    • The bones have since been reburied with other bodies from the site.
    • The bones will be reburied at the same spot, and the location recorded.
    • The fear is that in some cases it's easier to just rebury the find just because it will slow down work.
    • If bad doctors bury their mistakes, then good archaeologists should rebury theirs.
    • But the coffin was reburied and has not been found despite an archaeological dig in 2000.
    • No one has yet requested to have relatives re-interred at Gorton, Manchester General or Phillips Park cemeteries, which means all the others will be reburied at Bury.
    • The 1891 capsule may also be reburied, along with a new one put together by children to mark the opening of the new building next year.
    • After careful examination the bones will be reburied.
    • The possibility of exhuming bodies and reburying them in deeper graves so that coffins can be laid on top was suggested by ministers as part of a wide-ranging review of burial practices in England and Wales.
    • Burns admitted some weeks later that he had returned to the area, which he knew well from playing as a child, and after spotting one leg bone had been uncovered by a dog, bought a second spade to rebury it.
    • And if you dig them up and then rebury them in various different places, that adds to the flavour.
    • ‘There is also the question of how long somebody should have been buried before we can consider removing or reburying their remains in this way,’ he said.
    • He added: ‘The council was over the moon with the find and wanted to keep them but I insisted they were returned to be reburied.’
    • Jay found the sovereigns, either in the lighthouse or in the garden, and he buried or reburied them in the garden.
    • The sanctuary has apparently been reburied since the 1890s.
    • Old comrades of the Lincolnshire Regiment had been given a £7,000 Lottery grant to cover the cost of going to Arras on April 9 to rebury the 20 soldiers found in a mass grave in France.
    • They also got paid to rebury their relatives in Kirkuk to make it appear that the Arab presence had been a long one, the committee said.