1. (third person singular)
a. he has died
Hace un año parecía tan lleno de vida y ahora ha muerto.One year ago, he seemed so vital, and now he has died.
b. she has died
¡Último momento! Nueva víctima fatal: una mujer de nombre Estela. Ha muerto como resultado de las heridas sufridas.Latest news! New fatal victim - a woman called Estela. She has died as a result of injuries sustained.
c. it has died
Las lisosomas son responsables de destruir una célula después de que ha muerto.Lysosomes are responsible for destroying the cell after it has died.
d. has died
El veterano periodista ha muerto a la edad de 85 años.The veteran journalist has died at the age of 85.
2. (formal) (second person singular)
El juego es así: usted ha muerto y ahora es un fantasma.The game goes like this: you have died, and now you're a ghost.
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