mortal


mortal
adj.
1 mortal (no inmortal).
2 deadly, deleterious, lethal, feral.
f. & m.
mortal.
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mortal
adjetivo
1 (criatura, ser) mortal
2 (veneno) lethal, deadly; (peligro, herida) mortal
3 (propio de un muerto) deathly
4 (aburrimiento, susto) deadly
nombre masulino o femenino
1 mortal
nombre masculino plural los mortales
1 mortals
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noun adj.
mortal
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1. ADJ
1) [ser] mortal
2) [herida, golpe] fatal, deadly; [disparo, accidente] fatal; [veneno, virus, sustancia, dosis] deadly, lethal; [peligro] mortal

la película es un aburrimiento mortal — the film is a real bore

salto mortal — somersault

3) [pecado] mortal; [odio] deadly
4)

quedarse mortal — to be thunderstruck

5)
2.
SMF (=ser) mortal

como cualquier mortal — just like anybody else

3.
SM (=salto) somersault

doble mortal — double somersault

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I
adjetivo
1)
a) <ser> mortal
b) <herida> fatal, mortal; <dosis> fatal, lethal; <enfermedad/veneno> deadly

la caída/el accidente fue mortal — the fall/accident killed him o caused his death

un golpe mortal — a death blow

2)
a) <odio/enemigo> mortal
b) <aburrimiento>

fue un aburrimiento mortal — it was lethally (AmE) o (BrE) deadly boring

II
masculino y femenino mortal
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= lethal, mortal, life threatening, fatal, deadly [deadlier -comp., deadliest -sup.].
Ex. The lethal effect of displacement of oxygen by an inert gas, such as nitrogen, on insect populations was investigated.
Ex. Individuals are mortal, but an organization can continue indefinitely.
Ex. The study also investigated whether persons who had consulted the book before committing suicide had life threatening medical illnesses.
Ex. Quite apart from the great toll of unasked questions, any hint of mutual antipathy between enquirer and librarian is fatal to the reference interview.
Ex. Sin City is a bustling, violent metropolis where the police department is as corrupt as the streets are deadly.
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* accidente mortal = fatal crash, fatal accident.
* accidente mortal automovilístico = fatal car accident.
* accidente mortal de carretera = fatal road accident.
* accidente mortal de coche = fatal car accident.
* accidente mortal de tráfico = fatal car accident, fatal road accident.
* casi mortal = near-fatal.
* dar un salto mortal = somersault, do + a somersault, summersault.
* echar una mirada mortal = look + daggers at.
* enemigo mortal = mortal foe.
* enemistad mortal = blood feud, vendetta.
* golpe mortal = mortal blow, death blow, killer blow.
* inmortal = immortal.
* pecado mortal = mortal sin.
* salto mortal = somersault, summersault.
* salto mortal hacia atrás = backflip.
* víctima mortal = fatality.
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I
adjetivo
1)
a) <ser> mortal
b) <herida> fatal, mortal; <dosis> fatal, lethal; <enfermedad/veneno> deadly

la caída/el accidente fue mortal — the fall/accident killed him o caused his death

un golpe mortal — a death blow

2)
a) <odio/enemigo> mortal
b) <aburrimiento>

fue un aburrimiento mortal — it was lethally (AmE) o (BrE) deadly boring

II
masculino y femenino mortal
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= lethal, mortal, life threatening, fatal, deadly [deadlier -comp., deadliest -sup.].

Ex: The lethal effect of displacement of oxygen by an inert gas, such as nitrogen, on insect populations was investigated.

Ex: Individuals are mortal, but an organization can continue indefinitely.
Ex: The study also investigated whether persons who had consulted the book before committing suicide had life threatening medical illnesses.
Ex: Quite apart from the great toll of unasked questions, any hint of mutual antipathy between enquirer and librarian is fatal to the reference interview.
Ex: Sin City is a bustling, violent metropolis where the police department is as corrupt as the streets are deadly.
* accidente mortal = fatal crash, fatal accident.
* accidente mortal automovilístico = fatal car accident.
* accidente mortal de carretera = fatal road accident.
* accidente mortal de coche = fatal car accident.
* accidente mortal de tráfico = fatal car accident, fatal road accident.
* casi mortal = near-fatal.
* dar un salto mortal = somersault, do + a somersault, summersault.
* echar una mirada mortal = look + daggers at.
* enemigo mortal = mortal foe.
* enemistad mortal = blood feud, vendetta.
* golpe mortal = mortal blow, death blow, killer blow.
* inmortal = immortal.
* pecado mortal = mortal sin.
* salto mortal = somersault, summersault.
* salto mortal hacia atrás = backflip.
* víctima mortal = fatality.

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mortal1
adjective
A
1 ‹ser› mortal
2 ‹herida› fatal, mortal; ‹dosis› fatal, lethal
la caída/el accidente fue mortal the fall/accident killed him o caused his death
su enfermedad es mortal he is terminally ill
necesidad f C. (↑ necesidad)
B
1 ‹odio/enemigo› mortal
2 ‹aburrimiento›
fue un aburrimiento mortal it was lethally (AmE) o (BrE) deadly boring
mortal2
masculine and feminine
mortal
el común de los mortales the majority of people, the average mortal
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mortal adjetivo
1
a)sermortal

b)heridafatal, mortal;

dosisfatal, lethal;
enfermedad/venenodeadly;
un golpe mortal a death blow

2odio/enemigomortal
■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
mortal
mortal
I adjetivo
1 mortal
2 (accidente, veneno, etc) fatal
3 (uso enfático) un mortal hastío, a monumental boredom
II mf mortal
'mortal' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
fatal
- perecedera
- perecedero
- resto
- salto
- víctima
- pecado
English:
deadly
- death blow
- fatal
- fatality
- mortal
- somersault
- killer
- lethal
- passionate
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mortal
adj
1. [no inmortal] mortal
2. [herida, caída, picadura] fatal;
tiene una enfermedad mortal she is terminally ill
3. [aburrimiento, odio] deadly;
me dio un susto mortal he gave me the fright of my life
4. [enemigo] mortal, deadly
5. Fam [aburrido] deadly boring;
es un libro mortal it's a deadly boring book
nmf
mortal
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mortal
I adj
1 criatura mortal
2 accidente, herida fatal; dosis lethal
II m/f mortal
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mortal adj
1) : mortal
2) fatal: fatal, deadly
mortalmente adv
mortal nmf
: mortal
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mortal1 adj
1. (en general) mortal
el hombre es un ser mortal man is mortal
2. (accidente, enfermedad) fatal
tiene una herida mortal he's fatally wounded
3. (veneno, palidez) deadly [comp. deadlier; superl. deadliest]
el veneno de algunas serpientes es mortal the poison of some snakes is deadly
4. (uso enfático) dreadful
hace un calor mortal the heat is dreadful
mortal2 n mortal
somos simples mortales we are simple mortals

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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