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slaughterman

  
   n     ( slaughtermen    pl  )
jifero    m  , matarife    m  
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"slaughterman": examples and translations in context
After preparing the tools, the slaughterman arrives and, with the help of three men who hold the animal, he sticks the blade in under the nape of its neck. Tras preparar los enseres, llega el matarife quien, ayudado de tres hombres que sostienen al animal, le clava la hoja bajo de la nuca.
The shochet (ritual slaughterman) must be moral; otherwise he would be degraded by his work (Lesy, 1987). El shochet o verdugo ritual debe ser una persona moral, pues de otro modo se degradaría con su trabajo (Lesy, 1987).
Animals must not be placed in head restraint until the slaughterman is ready to stun them. No se sujetará la cabeza del animal hasta que el matarife esté preparado para realizar el aturdido.
Two witnesses appeared for the prosecution - slaughterman Benjamin Nimmo, who had dropped by the inn for a pint of ale and found the body of Mrs Gull, and barmaid Gertrude Tate, who was there with her eight-year-old daughter Evelyn. El fiscal presentó dos testigos: ... Benjamin Nimmo, del fue a tomarse una cerveza... y encontró el cuerpo de la Sra Gull,... y la camarera Gertrude estaba ahí con su hija de 8 años, Evelyn.
The more astute butchers and slaughtermen geared themselves to satisfy these needs and to cater for the large numbers of foreigners. Los carniceros y matarifes más avispados se prepararon para satisfacer estas necesidades y ofrecer sus servicios a tan elevado número de extranjeros.
During months they spend here, they'll put on another 400 lbs before they move into the big house for slaughterin'. Durante los meses que pasan aquí, aumentaran otras 400 Ibs. antes de pasar a la casa grande para el sacrificio
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