English translation of 'mutiler'
Verb Table transitive verb
[victime, animal] to mutilate
(figurative) [œuvre d’art] to deface
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Il faut donc en tirer le meilleur parti sans toutefois excéder leurs possibilités au risque de mutiler ou de déformer le message.Le siècle de la communication
Nous sommes notamment en attente de mesures qui nous permettront de savoir avec quel type de machines nous pourrons mutiler les billets.Le Monde (2001)
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'mutiler' 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: maul VERB
If you are mauled by an animal, you are attacked and badly injured by it.
He had been mauled by a bear.
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 mutiler from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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