Spanish translation of 'martyr'
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Thrse is tormented by the pull of multiple vocations: warrior, priest, apostle, doctor, martyr.RIDDLE ME THIS (1993)
If your son wanted to play the martyr, he may have had to pay the price.DESPERADOES (1993)
`I have difficulty in seeing you in the role of martyr.SAN ANDREAS (1993)
He was telling her about an early Christian martyr, the subject of paintings since the fourteenth century.COMPULSION (1993)
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British English: martyr /ˈmɑːtə/ NOUN
A martyr is someone who is killed or made to suffer greatly because of their religious or political beliefs.
He said that he was willing to die as a martyr.
- American English: martyr
- Arabic: شَهِيدٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mártir
- Chinese: 烈士
- Croatian: mučenik
- Czech: mučedník
- Danish: martyr
- Dutch: martelaar
- European Spanish: mártir
- Finnish: marttyyri
- French: martyr
- German: Märtyrer
- Greek: μάρτυρας
- Italian: martire
- Japanese: 殉教者
- Korean: 순교자
- Norwegian: martyr
- Polish: męczennik
- European Portuguese: mártir
- Romanian: martir
- Russian: мученик
- Spanish: mártir
- Swedish: martyr
- Thai: ผู้ยอมเสียสละชีวิตเพื่อศาสนาหรือความเชื่อของตน
- Turkish: şehit
- Ukrainian: мученик
- Vietnamese: người tử vì đạo
British English: martyr VERB
If someone is martyred, they are killed or made to suffer greatly because of their religious or political beliefs.
The saint was martyred in 304 AD.
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