Translation of blood money in Spanish:

blood money

dinero sucio, n.

noun

  • 1

    (ill-gotten fortune)
    dinero sucio masculine
  • 2

    dinero pagado a la familia de la víctima de un asesinato (compensation)
    • If the woman's family wishes the murderer to be executed, they must first repay half of the family's blood money.
    • They spoke frequently of fasil or blood money - that's compensation to you and me.
    • He offered what amounted to blood money to the girl's family.
    • He, himself, considers his father's money to be blood money, and will not keep a penny of it.
    • The Qur'an states the spilling of another Muslim's blood is forbidden, unless by accident, in which case the guilty party should pay blood money to the victim's family.
    • Furthermore the murderer can be punished only if the family of the victim pays the murderer's blood money to his descendants.
    • And many are saying that's blood money, it's dirty money, they don't want it going towards these scholarships.
    • But though the relative ease of obtaining insurance money accounts for some of the reluctance to pursue blood money, it's not the whole story.
    • It is a terrible idea, it is blood money effectively.
    • We felt that it was blood money as opposed to anything else.
    • It's blood money and it's to no-one's advantage but the writer's.
    • ‘It's blood money that I don't want,’ Trant said.
    • Maybe if it were 60 years later it would be different, but it feels like blood money.
    • For example, a person of any age or mental function is obliged to pay blood money for a relative who has committed homicide or manslaughter.
    • A murder involving two members of tertiary groups sharing resources should be paid for immediately with blood money.
    • Well, if this is blood money from stolen diamonds, I guess I can see the president's point.
    • He told people that as far as he was concerned every cent of it was blood money, the rest of us, not wanting to pry and further aggravate the vein twitching in his temple, let it go at that.
    • According to the then prevailing law in Arabia, the relations of the deceased ought to have either taken revenge upon him or demanded blood money.
    • Coming up on today's program, we're going to talk about blood money.
    • This material consists of hoards of coins and silverware either looted from Britain or paid over to raiders, or potential raiders, as blood money.