English → English - carcass

Pronunciation
n. framework, decaying or worthless remains of a structure; corpse; body (Slang)

English → Spanish - carcass

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s. res muerta, animal muerto; armazón, esqueleto; (Fam.) cuerpo

English → French - carcass

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n. carcasse, squelette, ossature; cadavre; corps humain (Familier-Argot); charpente, armature; structure

English → German - carcass

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n. Leiche, Kadaver; (im Volksmund) Körper

English → Indonesian - carcass

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n. bangkai, karkas, kerangka sesuatu yg telah mati, bengkarak

English → Italian - carcass

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s. carcassa; scheletro

English → Polish - carcass

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n. ciało martwe, kadłub zwierzęcia, zwłoki, tusza, padlina, ścierwo

English → Portuguese - carcass

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s. carcaça; esqueleto; corpo (gíria)

English → Russian - carcass

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с. туша, тело, труп, остов; каркас, конструкция, корпус; развалины

English → Turkish - carcass

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i. ceset, leş, kadavra, gövde, iskelet, ölü, enkaz, kalıntı (Argo)

English → Ukrainian - carcass

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n. каркас, кістяк, снасть, остов, основа, арматура, станина, туша, тіло, тулуб, труп, залишок: непотрібні залишки, уламок: непотрібні уламки, оболонка, мерша

English → Dutch - carcass

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zn. karkas, lijk; lijf (slang)

English → Greek - carcass

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ουσ. πτώμα ζώου, κουφάρι, πτώμα, σκελετός, ψοφίμι

English → Arabic - carcass

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‏جثة، هيكل، مادة أساسية، جسد الذبيحة‏

English → Chinese - carcass

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(名) 尸体

English → Chinese - carcass

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(名) 屍體

English → Hindi - carcass

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n. धड़, जिस्म, बदन, शरीर, देह, कंकाल, लाश, मुर्दा, शव, ढांचा, ठाट, खंडहर, ध्वंसावशेष

English → Japanese - carcass

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(名) 骨組み; 死体, 死骸; 体(俗語)

English → Korean - carcass

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명. 뼈대, 틀; 어떤 구조의 잔해; 시체; 몸통(속어)

English → Vietnamese - carcass

Pronunciation
n. tử thi, mình của con vật, sườn nhà, vành bánh xe, tạc đạn phát hỏa

Definition of carcass

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The body of a dead animal.
2. The body of a slaughtered animal, stripped of unwanted viscera, etc.
3. The body of a dead human, a corpse.
4. The framework of a structure, especially one not normally seen.
5. An early incendiary ship-to-ship projectile consisting of an iron shell filled with saltpetre, sulphur, resin, turpentine, antimony and tallow with vents for flame.
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