dead = repentinamente adverb

dead = muerto adjective

dead = los muertos noun

1dead

/ˈdɛd/ adverb
adverb

Spanish Translation of DEAD

1
abruptly : repentinamente, súbitamente
to stop deadparar en seco
2
absolutely : absolutamente
I'm dead certainestoy absolutamente seguro
3
directly : justo
dead aheadjusto adelante

2dead

adjective
adjective

Spanish Translation of DEAD

1
lifeless : muerto
to drop deadcaerse muerto
4
inactive : inactivo
a dead volcanoun volcán inactivo
5
: desconectado (dícese de un teléfono), descargado (dícese de una batería)
7
obsolete : obsoleto, muerto
a dead languageuna lengua muerta
8
exact : exacto
(in the) dead centerjusto en el blanco
9
quiet, slow : muerto (dícese de una fiesta, etc.), de poco movimiento (comercial)
10
: perdido
if she catches you, you're deadsi te agarra, te mata
11
drop dead! : ¡vete al infierno!
12
to be caught dead in
I wouldn't be caught dead in that outfitno me pondría ese conjunto ni muerta

3dead

noun
noun

Spanish Translation of DEAD

1
the dead : los muertos
2
in the dead of night : a las altas horas de la noche
3
in the dead of winter : en pleno invierno

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