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Ataúd

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Ataúd means coffin or casket.

Fortunately I did not have to learn ataúd for any serious reason, but an ataúd played heavily in a joke I read today.

I also saw a couple of other phrases that mean a casket. But, I think they would probably be less formal. Pijama de madera and el sobretodo de madera (wooden pijamas and wooden overcoat).

 

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