Translation of carcass in Spanish:

carcass

res, n.

(British carcase)

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrkəs//ˈkɑːkəs/

noun

  • 1

    (dead animal)
    (muerta) (for meat) res feminine
    (of poultry) huesos masculine
    move your carcass! ¡quítate de en medio! informal
    • Cassowaries and pigs are killed but not properly butchered, cooked, exchanged or eaten, with the carcasses discarded as if rubbish.
    • Bureau inspectors immediately confiscated and destroyed both the carcasses and meat products.
    • We are all making a difference in this world, even if all we do is to choose not to eat the carcass of a dead animal today.
    • To get as much meat from animal carcasses as possible, slaughterhouses use two methods that may contaminate meat with spinal cord tissue.
    • Pets should be kept from dead carcasses or bones of dead animals, which may pose a disease risk.
    • He hated the dark and the fact that it was cold and there were meat carcasses hanging from hooks the whole place gave him the creeps.
    • Imagine being given a bowl of stew made from a two-week old turkey carcass, half a can of mushroom soup, droopy vegetables scraped from the back of the fridge and half a leftover apple pie.
    • Once the bird is picked clean, boil up the carcass, then throw in a handful or two of barley and some vegetables and revel in the glorious Christmassy smells of turkey broth filling the whole house.
    • While tests match strains of bacteria, mixing of meat from different carcasses makes the identification of the source of contamination more difficult.
    • Often, during natural disasters, mosquitoes and dead animal carcasses may present disease problems.
    • Scientists suspect that hominids were using these simple stone axes to hack meat off of carcasses and dig up tubers.
    • The carcasses of thousands of dead animals had to be buried.
    • Reserve the remainder of the carcasses for the sauce.
    • The breasts are removed to pan-fry quickly - you can freeze the carcass to make stock later.
    • And we have a proper local butcher too, who cuts the meat from the carcass in front of you.
    • As you may know, no giant squid has ever been observed alive; we've only ever recovered dead carcasses.
    • A prototype of a newly patented device tested at a large midwestern beef packing plant can successfully detect small amounts of fecal matter on meat animal carcasses.
    • The carcasses of sixteen dead wolves - some half eaten - lay stretched in a circle about the remains of the two Indian hunters.
    • But three weeks later, the rotting carcasses of dead rats had still not been collected, and were producing a nauseating smell.
    • While the three machines involved achieved high accuracy results in relation to conformation and meat content of the carcasses, they were less accurate in relation to fatness.
    • Relief workers say there is a high danger of epidemics because many bodies and rotting animal carcasses have not yet been disposed of.
    • The holes were visually inspected and I found no signs of animal carcasses or discernible flesh in any of the holes.
    • The dead whale carcasses would be left to rot on the beach.
    • And there's a few dead sheep carcases around here as well, by the looks of things.
    • During the course of the season the antlers are given to long standing friends of the hunt and the meat carcasses are distributed amongst the hunting landowners.
    • Cut off the wings, breast and legs and break up the carcass with a meat mallet.
    • It is 3am and the only people on the streets are bloodstained meat porters lugging carcasses from cold-storage lorries to the butchers' aisles.
    • Friends of mine were always commenting how I could class myself as an animal-lover when for feeding purposes I'd sit there eating the carcass of a dead animal.
    • It was only after hominids began making butchering tools out of stones and got a steady supply of meat from carcasses that the brain began to expand.
    • Illegal poisoning may have taken place if, for instance, a large bird is found dead close to the carcass of a rabbit, or there are a number of dead animals in one place.
    • Stir the red wine into the roasting tin, add the carcass and cook in the oven for 10 minutes, then remove from the oven but do not switch it off.
    • The carcass of a dead donkey lies on the road, while skeletal dogs tear at its intestines.
    • This decline was coincidental with the expansion of regional feed lots and the pre-cutting of cattle carcasses at slaughter and meat packing houses closer to the farmers.
    • There ought to be thousands of animal carcasses and skeletons lying around.
    • The area would have been too boggy to make flint tools and uninhabitable for humans so experts believe this means the carcass was butchered for meat.
    • Stowing away on a meat truck, animal carcasses swung from hooks.
    • Crow hunters went about searching for the fatter carcasses and brought the meat home, the larders having been depleted during the heavy weather when hunting was difficult and game hard to find.
    • At present all meat products that can be exported have an oval mark stamped on the carcass by the Meat Hygiene Service.
    • Hundreds of carcases of dead sheep have been disposed of in a landfill site near Chesterfield without the prior knowledge of the local council.
    • Roughly chop the remaining carcasses and set aside.
    • Along the route the partially preserved carcasses of dead pack horses, slow to rot in the rarefied atmosphere and freezing cold, lay twisted among the boulders.
    • Her broom helped sweep away the clam shells discarded by scavenging racoons and the carcasses of dead mice frozen during the winter.
    • Filth, carcasses of dead animals, garbage and polythene floating on the water and piling up at the embankments narrates the horrific story about the present condition of the stream.
    • Lamb yield grades are also an indicator of the percent of salable meat that a carcass will yield.
    • There were a couple of dead animal carcasses on the ground as well.
    • Possessing keen vision, the vulture can see the carcasses of dead animals and the movements and activities of other scavengers, birds, or mammals from great distances.
    • It was a huge room, filled with supplies, with a sizeable freezer at one end and a large rolling door at the other, for moving freshly butchered carcasses to the cutting area.
    • The carcasses of the dead seals were found a week ago scattered on the stony shore at Beginish Island, close to the Great Blasket and about three miles from Dunquin.

    cuerpo de animal muerto

  • 2

    (remains, framework)
    armazón feminine
    the carcass of a wrecked ship la carcasa / el armazón / la armazón de un barco naufragado
    • As he got nearer he could see dark smoke billowing up from the gutted carcasses of the buildings.
    • The fact that Naik still gives it primacy is appropriate, since we have persisted in dragging this rotting carcass of a social structure with us into the new century.
    • It's like the heat, the flies, the carcasses of buildings, the broken streets and the haphazard walls coming up out of nowhere all over the city… it has become a part of life.
    • The ground floor is arranged freely around the grid of piloti that support the rectilinear carcass of accommodation above.
    • The old carcase has been enclosed in new arctic battle dress.
    • Between the new epidermis and the old carcase is an interstitial space, its width defined by the balconies of the original building.
    • Once there, they intend to complete their journey, leaving the dollar-tribe to rot on their stranded carcass of a ship.
    • The carcass of the building, and a lot of the basic fabric, I believe, is still Georgian.
    • The road into Nablus circuits the gaping carcasses of buildings that, I am told, have been destroyed by tanks; the road itself is cracked by the passage of heavily armoured tanks.
    • Bowlers no longer join the attack from the Grandstand End, in front of the derelict carcass of a structure that used to be the only shelter for paying supporters when it rained - and in Derby it always rained.
    • Like looking with a flashlight at the carcass of a ship decaying at the bottom of the ocean, you only see parts of it unveil through the tinted glass as you walk along the elevated platform.
    • In the end, they used two high-definition cameras to film the shores covered in ship carcasses.
    • Charred carcasses of cars were tossed in deep craters along entire blocks that were pulverized.
    • There was a Rris sitting on a pile of lumber with his back to us, tail twitching as the person regarded the carcass of the ship.
    • Once a mining center, Goldfield is now a crumbling carcass, a living ghost town of 300 people.
  • 3

    (of a tire)
    carcasa feminine