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Degüello is the sixth studio album by the American rock band ZZ Top, released in 1979 (see 1979 in music). "Degüello" means "cut/slit someone's throat" or, idiomatically, when something is said to be done "a degüello", it means "no quarter" (as in "no surrender to be given or accepted--a fight to the death") in Spanish. It also was the title of a Moorish-origin bugle call used by the Mexican Army at the Battle of the AlamoTexas, in 1836. It was the first ZZ Top release on Warner Bros. Records and eventually went platinum.

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nm. cutting of one's throat, beheading; massacre; shaft of a firearm
v. behead

A Spanish-English Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 14.4

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(n.) = decapitation ; beheading.
Ex: Decapitation did not represent the mode of killing but rather the gesture of taking the head off the already dead body as a trophy or relic.
Ex: Beheadings are a religious practice in Islam.

(v.) = behead ; decapitate ; slit + Posesivo + throat.
Ex: On July 2, 1834, the figurehead of President Andrew Jackson on the U.S. frigate Constitution was beheaded.
Ex: Animals were first anesthetized and then decapitated and brains were removed, frozen with dry ice powder, and stored in a deep freezer = Primero se anestesió a los animales y luego se decapitaron y se extrajeron sus cerebros, congelándolos con hielo seco en polvo y guardándolos en un congelador.
Ex: These men were telling her they'd slit her throat or rape her little sister if she didn't do what they said.

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