Traducción de dismember en español:

dismember

descuartizar, v.

Pronunciación /dɪsˈmɛmbər/ /dɪsˈmɛmbə/

Ver definición en español de descuartizar

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (disarticulate)
    (animal) descuartizar
    (corpse) desmembrar
    • The decision to dismember the body and deposit the parts in Galveston Bay, is highly incriminating.
    • In hospitals, doctors dismember their patients.
    • It's one thing to watch people being dismembered on screen.
    • He was not there when the child was born, he was not there when the child died and he was not there when the child was dismembered and buried?
    • The official said the suspects had admitted to making an appointment to meet the car dealer and then shooting him, dismembering him and scattering the body parts around eastern Moscow.
    • He also dismembers victims and attaches their limbs to car batteries to make them twitch.
    • A very straightforward narrative told with understated cinematic technique, this is not an excuse to show off how cool it can be to dismember a character using computer graphics.
    • Horses are dismembered, arrows slice through necks, and swift blades render unexpected carnage.
    • They also raise extraordinary philosophical issues; like whether extracting them from a test-tube embryo is tantamount to dismembering a baby.
    • In the old vegetation myths the god is dismembered, dies, and is buried as a sacrifice that generates new life, freeing the waters and restoring life to the Waste Land.
    • A Yorkshireman suspected of dismembering a man then fleeing to the United States was waiting to return to the UK last night after officially waiving his right to fight extradition.
    • The man accused of murdering and dismembering another man after stabbing him through the heart may have had some knowledge of butchery, a court heard.
    • A TEN-year-old schoolgirl yesterday told a hushed court how she had seen the man accused of murdering and dismembering another man beat her mother.
    • He also admitted to dismembering a six-year-old child.
    • Take a pile of mystery keys, dismembered action figures, dead flashlights, assorted calculators and undeveloped rolls of film.
    • Prosecutors said he strangled him and later dismembered his girlfriend in Greece in 1997.
    • In the past, the gang has threatened to kidnap and dismember the boy.
    • Thompson, who denies murder, then allegedly dismembered the body before burying the remains in the Lake District.
    • I am astonished to see it's the partly buried, dismembered body of a woman.
  • 2

    (split up)
    (group/organization) desmembrar
    (group/organization) desarticular
    • Austria-Hungary lost 1.3 million military lives and the victorious western Allies dismembered its empire.
    • The European empires were dismembered by nationalist movements, with support from lawyers, journalists, unions, and the churches.
    • Germany, too, was dismembered, divided, stripped of colonies, bankrupted by war reparations, forced to confess full moral guilt for the war.
    • It was a particular grief for him to see the army to which he had devoted his life dismembered by partition in 1947.
    • When in 1903 Leo XIII died and the Patriarch of Venice ascended to St Peter's throne as Pius X, the Vatican dismembered the political arm of the organization for good.
    • The kingdom of the Greeks is now dismembered by them, and deprived of territory so vast in extent that it can not be traversed in a march of two months.
    • We were the ones that brought the country to its independence in 1923, by a treaty for dismembering the old Ottoman Empire.
    • After World War I, England and France dismembered the Ottoman Empire and carved out Iraq and other states as pawns of European colonial interests.
    • In 1102 Henry I broke the sons of Roger of Montgomery, earl of Shrewsbury, and dismembered their father's marcher ‘empire’.
    • Most German commentators now regard the dismembering of the Kirch empire as a foregone conclusion, leaving other sports and TV companies across Europe facing an uncertain future.
    • Currency stabilization was a top economic priority after World War l in the dismembered Austro-Hungarian Empire.
    • So the lands of the dismembered Yugoslav state became not only the scene of Europe's greatest resistance struggle, but also one of its bloodiest civil wars.
    • This problem is of principal importance to Russia as long as there are forces that intend to resort to a strategy of dismembering this country to prevent it from emerging as a strong competitor, especially a superpower.