Translation for 'carcass' from English to Russian
NOUN   a carcass | carcasses
SYNO carcase | carcass
туша {ж} [тж. перен., шутл.]carcass [of an animal] [also fig., hum.]
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Usage Examples English
  • Once the body is found the male and female remove any hair or feathers and roll the carcass into a ball.
  • The beginning of active decay stage is marked by the deflation of the carcass as feeding Dipteran larvae pierce the skin and internal gases are released.
  • The story opens with a mention of the "frozen carcass of a leopard" on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. This is a reference to the carcass in the story "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" by Ernest Hemingway.
  • As a cold weather fly, it is expected to show up in the fall months. However, one study found the presence of "C. mortuorum" on a mouse carcass in mid-August, and on a sheep carcass in mid-June.
  • The prospective parents begin to dig a hole below the carcass.

  • A carcass was a hollow projectile usually formed either by an iron cage of ribs joining two small rings or a cast iron ball with holes.
  • The carcass is prepared in a cage to attract vultures. Then the carcass is put in field where they eat it. Regularly, the carcass is checked for diclofenac.
  • Tasmanian devils can eliminate all traces of a carcass of a smaller animal, devouring the bones and fur if desired.
  • The term meat tax can be used interchangeably with slaughter tax or carcass tax.
  • It is bred predominantly for its wool, and its carcass size is generally smaller than that of sheep bred for meat.

  • anilis" typically mate when a female approaches a carcass to feed.
  • Developments in carcass production are evidenced through the genetic cross of the Australian Yorkshire pig with Vietnamese breeds in the search to produce a leaner, more marketable and ultimately profitable carcass.
  • Carcass weight predicts what an animal's total retail product will be compared to other animals of that breed.
  • Continuous inspection (carcass-by-carcass inspection) is the USDA’s meat and poultry inspection system, called "continuous" because no animal destined for human food may be slaughtered or dressed unless an inspector is continuously present.
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