Translation of victim in Spanish:

victim

víctima, n.

Pronunciation /ˈvɪktɪm//ˈvɪktəm/

noun

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    víctima feminine
    cancer victims víctimas del cáncer
    • the flood victims los damnificados por las inundaciones
    • she was the victim of a violent attack fue víctima de un violento ataque
    • Also, victims of violent crime are having to wait far too long to receive their compensation.
    • Help groups have praised a campaign urging victims of domestic violence not to suffer in silence.
    • The victim he saw lying dead by a fox's lair would have been either a victim of a road accident or the victim of a youth with an airgun.
    • Last month funding was secured for another year to run confidential help-lines for victims of hate crimes.
    • He also has the experience of saving many a life by rushing the victims of several accidents to hospital.
    • Residents of North Yorkshire are half as likely to be the victim of a violent crime as people in the country as a whole.
    • I wanted to give priority to the defense of immigrant women who are victims of domestic violence.
    • Some manage to avoid insurance payments to cover the cost of compensating accident victims.
    • The first two offences are committed only when a victim has suffered harm as a result of the criminal conduct.
    • The Nazis who ran the camp tried to hide their crimes by marching their victims away.
    • This foundation supports child victims of violent crime and sudden loss of family.
    • The stroke victim may suffer brain damage when people nearby fail to recognize the symptoms of a stroke.
    • Researchers at the University of York are studying the differing reactions of crime victims to their trauma.
    • It estimates that one woman in four now suffers as a victim of domestic violence.
    • Here is the man who is first to raise money or organise events to help victims of crime or the needy, a man with human compassion.
    • The victim of deteriorating mental health in his later life, he died in a mental hospital.
    • He also helped set up the restorative justice scheme, whereby young offenders meet the victims of their crimes.
    • More than half of all workers in the region's local shops have been the victims of violent crime, a new survey has claimed.
    • One of the key findings of the survey revealed fear of being a victim of violent crime did not make it into the top three.
    • Dr Lewis warned that victims of street crime could also suffer if public phones in the town were taken away.
    • Tragic mums whose children were victims of gun crime were today gathering at a unique event to tackle armed gangs.
    • He was all ready to shaft the asbestos victims as he had the workers and other accident victims.
    • I live in fear of being a victim of violent crime every time I step out of the door.