Translation of stabbing in Spanish:


apuñalamiento, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstabɪŋ//ˈstæbɪŋ/


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    apuñalamiento masculine
    • Politicians demanded tough action against knife crime yesterday after a wave of stabbings left two men dead and four seriously injured.
    • On any given night, the two cops will respond to gunfights, stabbings, thefts and family fights.
    • A man was killed and five people were fighting for their lives today after a rampaging knifeman carried out a series of stabbings.
    • Detectives investigating the fatal stabbings of a married couple say it is vital they trace a new witness.
    • There have been reports of recent attempted kidnappings, muggings and stabbings.
    • These murders, shootings and stabbings are all about drugs and the proceeds of crime.
    • Incidents such as stabbings and violent crime, often induced by influences like drugs or alcohol, are unacceptable and the police have a responsibility to deal with this.
    • A recent audit of Glasgow hospitals' accident and emergency departments showed that only half of stabbings were reported to police.
    • A team from West Middlesex University Hospital said violent crime is on the increase - and kitchen knives are used in as many as half of all stabbings.
    • There was just one shooting and two instances of stabbings and I would not say that is mass violence.
    • But watching all the stabbings, murders, guns and violence that can be seen every night on prime time television elicits not even a whimper.
    • He is rather confused and mistaken - it must have been the sight of all those stabbings, savage beatings and violence that is getting to him.
    • Another unenviable record is the 19 stabbings that occurred at a gig in Boston, although they were not a reaction to the band's music but the result of a nutter running amok through the crowd.
    • Staff from York Dungeon will be joining forces with students from York College to dramatise the dangers of slips, trips, burns, cuts and stabbings in the kitchen.
    • The report also argues that as the number of different drugs taken by young people increases, the more likely it is that they will be carrying a weapon - the implication being that more drugs equals more knives which equals more stabbings.
    • These range from stabbings to violent assaults so serious that some shopworkers are scared of actually going back on the shopfloor.
    • Such crimes as assault, rape, and burglary are rare, but kidnappings, stabbings, and homicides frequently occur in the criminal world of the competing triads.
    • Renaissance paintings showed the blood or lopped heads of martyrs; Shakespeare's tragedies typically concluded with swordplay and stabbings.
    • An editorial in the May 28 issue of the prestigious British Medical Journal calls for banning the sale of kitchen knives, in order to reduce fatal stabbings.
    • Criminal lawyers in Nunavut often deal with clients accused of rape, stabbings and violent assaults.