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difunto

, a  
a       adj   deceased  
el difunto ministro      the late minister  
b       sm/f   deceased, deceased person  
la familia del difunto      the family of the deceased  
    día       1  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
el difunto ministro exp.
the late minister

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
the family of the deceased
exp.
to carry out the wishes of the deceased
nf.
Requiem mass
nm.
All Souls' Day
exp.
I pray to God for the dead
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'difunto' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
el difunto
exp.
el/la difunto
exp.
el difunto rey
exp.
el difunto Harry Brown
exp.
los difuntos
exp.
oficio de difuntos
n.
el Día de los Difuntos
"difunto": examples and translations in context
Goldman era el abogado del difunto Lionel Twain. Irving Goldman was the attorney of the late Lionel Twain.
Sobrino del difunto conde de Greystoke. A nephew of the late Earl of Greystoke.
Ahora, si el difunto ha sido incinerado... Now, if the deceased has been cremated... don't panic.
Fotos del difunto tomadas en el depósito. Photos of the deceased taken in the camp morgue.
Lloraremos el difunto día con consciencia y buena voluntad. We'll mourn the departed day in good conscience and with good will.
Para llevarse junto a Él el alma de nuestro querido hermano aquí difunto. To take unto himself the soul of our dear brother here departed.
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