garotte
I. noun see garrote I II. transitive verb see garrote II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Garotte — Garotte, s.v.w. Garrotte …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

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  • Garotte — Ga|rọt|te usw.: ↑ Garrotte usw. * * * Gar|rọt|te, Garotte, die; , n [span. garrote] (früher): Halseisen, zur Vollstreckung der Todesstrafe (in Spanien), Würgschraube. Ga|rọt|te usw. ↑Garrotte usw …   Universal-Lexikon

  • garotte — [17] Garotte is widely used simply for ‘strangle’, but its strict application is to a former Spanish method of capital punishment by strangulation or breaking the neck, in which a metal collar was screwed increasingly tight. It got its name from… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • garotte — [17] Garotte is widely used simply for ‘strangle’, but its strict application is to a former Spanish method of capital punishment by strangulation or breaking the neck, in which a metal collar was screwed increasingly tight. It got its name from… …   Word origins

  • garotte — var. of GARROTTE. * * * garotte see garrotte …   Useful english dictionary

  • garotte — garotter, n. /geuh rot , roht /, n., v.t., garotted, garotting. garrote. * * * …   Universalium

  • Garotte — Ga|rot|te usw. vgl. ↑Garrotte usw …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • garotte — v. choke to death, strangle …   English contemporary dictionary

  • garotte — verb &noun variant spelling of garrotte …   English new terms dictionary

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