Translation of burial in Spanish:

burial

entierro, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈbɛriəl//ˈbɛrɪəl/

noun

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    entierro masculine
    to give sb a decent/Christian burial dar a algn honrosa/cristiana sepultura
    • burial at sea entierro en el mar
    • burial rites ritos funerarios
    • his burial place is unknown no se sabe dónde está enterrado
    • Mr Hooper adjourned the inquest and released the body for burial.
    • She pleaded with his adopted mother and the hospital officials to allow her to take his body home for burial on the reserve.
    • The remains of the baby will be kept at Mayo General Hospital until Gardaí decide to release the body for burial.
    • It is this money which was used to release the bodies for burial yesterday.
    • It is generally acknowledged that the Indo-Iranians followed the practice of burial.
    • The clerics had grown authoritative to the extent that they could refuse burial of any dead soul in the city cemetery.
    • No postmortem was ordered, and the dead woman's body was returned for burial before toxicology tests had been completed.
    • There was no autopsy, nor is there any record of friends having witnessed the body or its burial.
    • To make sure that their bodies would be dead before burial, some people requested that they be cremated or embalmed.
    • Instead, Creon is guilty of a religious sin by denying burial to a dead man's body.
    • It is a known fact that most of the primitive religious take their rites and practices from the burial of their dead.
    • They are also charged with preventing or conspiring to prevent the lawful and decent burial of a dead body.
    • Thanks to the Isle of Man government, the wreck was raised five months later and the crewmen's bodies retrieved for burial.
    • Temporary hospitals were set up in private homes to treat the wounded and prepare the dead for burial.
    • He said the coroner had released the bodies for burial.
    • The family must come to the mortuary tomorrow to collect the body for burial, or the authorities will be forced to intervene again.
    • This was the popular genre of postmortem images made to commemorate the dead before burial.
    • Remains were brought to Kilgobinet Church on Monday evening last with burial on Tuesday morning.
    • It was thought the bath may have been used to store bodies awaiting burial or transfer from Silverton.
    • Tamil cremate or bury the dead, with burial being more common among lower castes.