English → English - hearse

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n. vehicle in which coffins are transported

English → Spanish - hearse

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s. coche fúnebre, ataúd

English → French - hearse

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n. corbillard

English → German - hearse

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n. Leichenwagen, Wagen in dem Leichen transportiert werden

English → Indonesian - hearse

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n. kereta mati, kereta jenazah, kereta mayat, mobil jenazah, mobil mayat, peti mati, peti mayat, peti jenazah

English → Italian - hearse

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s. carro funebre; specie di baldacchino

English → Polish - hearse

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n. karawan

English → Portuguese - hearse

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s. ataúde

English → Romanian - hearse

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n. car funebru, dric

English → Russian - hearse

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с. гроб, дроги, катафалк, похоронные дроги

English → Turkish - hearse

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i. cenaze arabası

English → Ukrainian - hearse

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n. катафалк, труна, могила, надгробок

English → Dutch - hearse

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zn. lijkwagen

English → Greek - hearse

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ουσ. νεκροφόρος, νεκροφόρα

English → Arabic - hearse

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‏عربة الموتى، نعش، كفن، نقل‏

English → Chinese - hearse

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(名) 灵车

English → Chinese - hearse

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(名) 靈車

English → Hindi - hearse

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n. रथी, खुली ताबूत गाड़ी

English → Japanese - hearse

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(名) 霊柩車

English → Korean - hearse

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명. 영구차

English → Vietnamese - hearse

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n. xe tang, xe đám ma

Definition of hearse

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Noun
1. A hind in the second year of its age.
2. A framework of wood or metal placed over the coffin or tomb of a deceased person, and covered with a pall; also, a temporary canopy bearing wax lights and set up in a church, under which the coffin was placed during the funeral ceremonies.
3. A grave, coffin, tomb, or sepulchral monument.
4. A bier or handbarrow for conveying the dead to the grave.
5. A carriage or vehicle specially adapted or used for transporting a dead person to the place of funeral or to the grave.
Verb
6. To enclose in a hearse; to entomb.
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Verb Forms

Present participle: hearsing
Present: hearse (3.person: hearses)
Past: hearsed
Future: will hearse
Present conditional: would hearse
Present Perfect: have hearsed (3.person: has hearsed)
Past Perfect: had hearsed
Future Perfect: will have hearsed
Past conditional: would have hearsed
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