English translation of 'massacrer'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. (= tuer) to massacre ⧫ to slaughter
[adversaire] to slaughter
[texte] to murder
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Et, ce faisant, il a laissé massacrer des dizaines de milliers de réfugiés hutus.Le Monde (2000)
Je l'ai fait massacrer et restaurer par un spécialiste d'archéologie.Le Monde (2002)
Si vous vous battez à deux cents contre deux mille, c'est absurde, vous allez vous faire massacrer.Marie Claire
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British English: massacre VERB
If people are massacred, a large number of them are attacked and killed in a violent and cruel way.
300 civilians are believed to have been massacred by the rebels.
British English: slaughter VERB
If large numbers of people or animals are slaughtered, they are killed in a way that is cruel or unnecessary.
Thirty four people were slaughtered while lining up to cast their votes.
Translation of massacrer from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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