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corpse
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
corpse /kɔ:ps/
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Concise Dictionary
corpseskɔːps
noun
+the dead body of a human being
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
body, remains, cadaver, Slang stiff; (of an animal) carcass:
The corpses were buried in a mass grave.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
a dead body, especially of a human being: The corpse was barely recognizable.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

human | naked | bloody, headless, mutilated | decaying, desiccated, rotting
We passed the desiccated corpse of a brigand hanging on a gibbet.
| shrouded | embalmed, mummified | living
For over a year he lay in his hospital bed, a living corpse.

VERB + CORPSE

lay out
The corpse had been laid out on a marble slab.
| embalm | butcher, dismember, eviscerate, mutilate

CORPSE + VERB

be sprawled, lie, sprawl
They saw the corpse sprawled on the steps.

PHRASES

be littered/strewn with corpses
The ground was littered with the corpses of enemy soldiers.



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