Spanish Word for tomb  

English Word: tomb

Spanish Word: tumba
The Spanish Word for tomb
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We are about to visit Bolívar's tomb in downtown Caracas.
Estamos por visitar la tumba de Bolívar en el centro de Caracas.

It also has the largest mosque tomb in China and is a treasure, there is no doubt about that.
También tiene la mayor mezquita-panteón de China y es un tesoro; no cabe duda de ello.
Ariel Sharon has clearly said that there is a need to build a link between the settlement of Qiriat Arba and the Tomb of the Patriarchs.
Ariel Sharon ha dicho claramente que es necesario conectar el asentamiento de Quiriat Arba con la Tumba de los Patriarcas.
Let us build a monument, a symbolic collective tomb for the unknown men and women who died at sea because they were seeking a better future.
Construyamos un monumento, una tumba colectiva simbólica para las mujeres y hombres desconocidos que murieron en el mar por buscar un futuro mejor.
Belmarsh security unit in England, which I visited recently, is a virtual concrete tomb in which prisoners are incarcerated for long periods of time.
El centro de seguridad «Belmarsh» de Inglaterra, que he visitado recientemente, es una auténtica tumba de hormigón en la que los prisioneros son encarcelados durante largos períodos de tiempo.
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