Translation of cremate in Spanish:


incinerar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈkriˌmeɪt/ /krəˈmeɪt/ /krɪˈmeɪt/

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transitive verb

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    • Raising a monument to the memory of the deceased at the place where his dead body is cremated is taboo.
    • Some great teachers of the past told their students simply to cremate their body and dispose of it, because the body is not important.
    • Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Sikhs cremate their dead.
    • By Friday evening, 45 bodies had been cremated in mass ceremonies.
    • On Wednesday, her body was cremated on a funeral pyre at a Buddhist temple, while her husband Josef watched silently.
    • Well, I have always talked about my body being cremated, and then having the ashes dispersed on a park or a garden.
    • I do believe that when a body is cremated or buried, it is just that - a body.
    • Requiem Mass took place the following day and he was cremated at a private ceremony.
    • They were mostly Indian cultural ceremonies, but there were also several Europeans cremated on funeral pyres.
    • Tibetans cremate their dead or bury them in a sky funeral, considered the only way to ensure rebirth.
    • His funeral took place in Plymouth and his body was cremated.
    • The wrong woman's body was cremated after an identification mix-up by a funeral parlour.
    • Another possibility is to remove filled teeth from dead people before bodies are cremated.
    • For now though, the city still buries and cremates its dead as it has done for the last century.
    • The dead usually are cremated after an elaborate procession.
    • According to Muslim traditions, a body must be cremated within 24 hours.
    • It was excavated in the 1940s, but the bodies had been cremated and not buried.
    • In the Hindu tradition, the dead are cremated, preferably on the banks of a river.
    • They cremated their dead and placed urns of their ashes in flat graves in cemeteries.
    • He knew that his people wouldn't carry out that wish because it's not customary within general Maori protocol to cremate the dead.