cremations (plural noun)
  1. the disposal of a dead person's body by burning it to ashes, typically after a funeral ceremony.
    "we chose cremation over burial" ·
    "advice on wills, costs, and cremations"
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How to use cremation in a sentence?
cremation took over from inhumation as the dominant burial rite.
archaeologists have tried to restage a Bronze Age cremation.
fully 65 per cent of all funerals are by cremation.
advice on wills, costs, and cremations.
we chose cremation over burial.
How to say cremation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans afloop van 'n verassing
Arabic (NOUN)إحراقها, الحرق
Bangla দাহ
Bosnian (Latin) kremiranje
Bulgarian (NOUN)кремация
Cantonese (Traditional) 火葬
Catalan (NOUN)cremació
Chinese Simplified 火葬
Chinese Traditional 火葬
Croatian (NOUN)kremiranje, kremacije
Czech (NOUN)kremace, zpopelnění
Danish (NOUN)kremering, ligbrænding
Dutch (NOUN)crematie
Estonian tuhastamise
Fijian vakamai
Filipino kremasyon
Finnish (NOUN)polttohautaus, Tuhkaus
French (NOUN)crémation, incinération
German (NOUN)Feuerbestattung, Einäscherung, Krematorien, Verbrennung
Greek (NOUN)καύση, αποτέφρωση
Haitian Creole oule kadav
Hebrew שריפת גוויה
Hindi (NOUN)श्मशान
Hungarian (NOUN)hamvasztás
Indonesian (NOUN)kremasi
Italian (NOUN)cremazione
Japanese (NOUN)火葬
Kiswahili kupakia
Korean (NOUN)화장
Latvian (NOUN)kremāciju
Lithuanian (NOUN)kremavimo
Malagasy miarahabà
Malay (Latin) pembakaran mayat
Maltese krematorji
Persian (NOUN)هولوکاست
Polish (NOUN)kremacji
Portuguese (NOUN)cremação
Querétaro Otomi cremación
Romanian (NOUN)cremare, incinerare
Russian (NOUN)кремации
Samoan Na susunuina
Serbian (Cyrillic) кремирање
Serbian (Latin) kremiranje
Slovak (NOUN)kremácie
Slovenian (NOUN)upepeljevanja
Spanish (NOUN)cremación, incineración
Swedish (NOUN)kremering
Tamil தகனம்
Telugu దహన
Thai เผาศพ
Tongan e fakamomofi
Turkish (NOUN)kremasyon, yakma
Ukrainian (NOUN)кремації
Urdu چتا
Vietnamese hỏa táng
Welsh (NOUN)amlosgi
Yucatec Maya cremación
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