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to decease verb (deceases, deceased, deceasing)

  1. to decease (die; pass away; be on one's deathbed)

Conjugations for decease:

  1. decease
  2. decease
  3. deceases
  4. decease
  5. decease
  6. decease
simple past
  1. deceased
  2. deceased
  3. deceased
  4. deceased
  5. deceased
  6. deceased
present perfect
  1. have deceased
  2. have deceased
  3. has deceased
  4. have deceased
  5. have deceased
  6. have deceased
past continuous
  1. was deceasing
  2. were deceasing
  3. was deceasing
  4. were deceasing
  5. were deceasing
  6. were deceasing
  1. shall decease
  2. will decease
  3. will decease
  4. shall decease
  5. will decease
  6. will decease
continuous present
  1. am deceasing
  2. are deceasing
  3. is deceasing
  4. are deceasing
  5. are deceasing
  6. are deceasing
  1. be deceased
  2. be deceased
  3. be deceased
  4. be deceased
  5. be deceased
  6. be deceased
  1. decease!
  2. let's decease!
  3. deceased
  4. deceasing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

decease [the ~] noun

  1. the decease (death)
    la muerte; el deceso; el fallecimiento; el óbito

Translation Matrix for decease:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
deceso death; decease
extinguirse becoming extinct; dying out
fallecer ceasing; dropping out; withdrawing
fallecimiento death; decease death; depart; leave
muerte death; decease burial pit; burial place; crypt; death; grave; resting-place; subterranean corridor; tomb; vault
óbito death; decease
- death; expiry
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
extinguirse be on one's deathbed; decease; die; pass away become defective; become extinct; bring to a close; bring to a conclusion; bring to an end; conclude; die; die of fear; die out; end; extinguish; finish; finish off; peg out; perish; pinch out; placate; put out; snuff; soothe
fallecer be on one's deathbed; decease; die; pass away be killed; be killed in action; depart this earth; depart this life; die; expire; fall; pass away; perish; succumb
morir be on one's deathbed; decease; die; pass away be killed; be killed in action; be killed in war; become defective; become extinct; collapse; depart this earth; depart this life; die; die of fear; die out; expire; fall; go to pieces; go to the dogs; go to wrack and ruin; pass away; perish; succumb
pasar be on one's deathbed; decease; die; pass away arise; blab; call at; call on; close; come past; come through; cross; decline; deposit; draw; drop by; elapse; expire; feed; go across; go by; go over; happen; happen to; look for; look up; move over; move past; occur; overtake; pass; pass on; pull over; remit; ride past; sail past; seek out; send; shut; swipe; take place; tell; transfer; visit; walk across; walk past
perecer be on one's deathbed; decease; die; pass away be killed; be killed in action; be lost; be wrecked; crash; depart this earth; depart this life; die; fail; fall; meet an accident; meet with disaster; pass away; perish; succumb
- buy the farm; cash in one's chips; conk; die; exit; expire; go; kick the bucket; pass; pass away; perish
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- death; departure

Synonyms for "decease":

Antonyms for "decease":

Related Definitions for "decease":

  1. the event of dying or departure from life1
    • upon your decease the capital will pass to your grandchildren1
  2. pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life1

Wiktionary Translations for decease:

Cross Translation:
decease morir; fallecer sterbenintransitiv: von Lebewesen: aufhören zu leben
decease fallecer décéder — admin|fr mourir, parler des personnes.

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