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Spanish translation of 'martyr'

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martyr

[ˈmɑːtəʳ ]
noun
mártir mf
to be a martyr to arthritis ser víctima de la artritis
transitive verb
martirizar

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Example Sentences Including 'martyr'

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Thrse is tormented by the pull of multiple vocations: warrior, priest, apostle, doctor, martyr.
Newbery, Linda RIDDLE ME THIS (1993)
If your son wanted to play the martyr, he may have had to pay the price.
O'Connor, Joe DESPERADOES (1993)
`I have difficulty in seeing you in the role of martyr.
Maclean, Alistair SAN ANDREAS (1993)
He was telling her about an early Christian martyr, the subject of paintings since the fourteenth century.
Stewart, Michael COMPULSION (1993)

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'martyr' in Other Languages

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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Translation of martyr from the Collins English to Spanish
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