English translation of 'mutilar'
1. to mutilate
2. (pessoa) to maim
3. (texto) to cut
4. (árvore) to strip
Copyright © 2014 by HarperCollins Publishers. All rights reserved.
'mutilar' in Other Languages
British English: maim VERB
To maim someone means to injure them so badly that part of their body is permanently damaged.
Mines have been scattered, maiming and killing civilians.
British English: mutilate VERB
If a person or animal is mutilated, their body is severely damaged, usually by someone who physically attacks them.
More than 30 horses have been mutilated in the last nine months.
Translation of mutilar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary