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morir inglés:

1. die die


He shall die.
We are born crying, spend our lives complaining, and die disappointed.
Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint.
Die!
The hour of departure has arrived, and we go our ways — I to die, and you to live. Which is better God only knows.
In Germany, there's a superstition that if you light a cigarette off a candle, a sailor will die at sea.
The crocodile, which produces only male young in hotter weather, might die out too because there will be no females to breed.
I'll kill you! Knock your block off and grind you underfoot! You shithead! Die!
I'm so sorry about what I did. I wish I could just crawl into a hole and die.
Christopher Columbus once used the same joke 256 times in one day... thereby causing his entire crew to die of laughter.
Death is the point at which you can't be alive again. You can't die and then come back to life. If you think that happened, you weren't really dead.
The superior man is affected towards animals: having seen them alive, he cannot bear to see them die; having heard their cries, he cannot bear to eat their flesh.
After I die, I hope that people will say of me: "That guy sure owed me a lot of money."
When two armies oppose one another, those who can fight should fight, those who can't fight should guard, those who can't guard should flee, those who can't flee should surrender, and those who can't surrender should die.
Jealousy is always born at the same time as love, but it does not always die at the same time as love.

Inglés palabramorir"(die) ocurre en conjuntos:

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