Definition of 'grave'
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Perhaps they shouldn't joke about early graves: both have had near misses. Times, Sunday Times (2017)On the radar screen they look like open graves dotted across the desert. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Survivors were forced to bury the dead in mass graves. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'grave'
British English: grave /ɡreɪv/ NOUN
A grave is a place where a dead person is buried.
They visit her grave twice a year.
- American English: grave
- Arabic: قَبْر
- Brazilian Portuguese: sepultura
- Chinese: 坟墓
- Croatian: grob
- Czech: hrob
- Danish: grav
- Dutch: graf
- European Spanish: sepultura
- Finnish: hauta
- French: tombe
- German: Grab
- Greek: τάφος
- Italian: tomba
- Japanese: 墓
- Korean: 무덤
- Norwegian: grav
- Polish: grób
- European Portuguese: sepultura
- Romanian: mormânt
- Russian: могила
- Spanish: sepultura
- Swedish: grav allvarlig
- Thai: หลุมฝังศพ
- Turkish: mezar
- Ukrainian: могила
- Vietnamese: mộ
Definition of grave from the Collins English Dictionary
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