mortal

  • 1 Mortal — Mor tal, a. [F. mortel, L. mortalis, from mors, mortis, death, fr. moriri 8die; akin to E. murder. See {Murder}, and cf. {Filemot}, {Mere} a lake, {Mortgage}.] 1. Subject to death; destined to die; as, man is mortal. [1913 Webster] 2. Destructive …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2 mortal — MORTÁL, Ă, mortali, e, adj. L Care provoacă moartea, aducător de moarte; ucigător. ♢ Salt mortal = figură acrobatică foarte periculoasă, constând dintr o mişcare de rotire totală a corpului în aer. 2. Specific unui mort (II), ca de mort. 3.… …

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  • 3 mortal — adjetivo 1. Que está sujeto a la muerte: Todos los seres vivos son mortales. 2. Que produce o puede producir la muerte: Estas heridas suelen ser mortales. enfermedad mortal. 3. Que tiene alguna propiedad de los muertos: rigidez mortal. María… …

    Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • 4 mortal — (Del lat. mortālis). 1. adj. Que ha de morir o está sujeto a la muerte. 2. Que ocasiona o puede ocasionar muerte espiritual o corporal. 3. Dicho de una pasión: Que mueve a desear la muerte de alguien. Odio, enemistad mortal. 4. Que tiene o está… …

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  • 5 mortal — [môrt′ l] adj. [OFr < L mortalis < mors (gen. mortis), death, akin to mori, to die < IE base * mer , to die, be worn out > MURDER, Sans marati, (he) dies] 1. that must eventually die [all mortal beings] 2. of a human being considered… …

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  • 6 mortal — adj. med. Que causa la muerte. También se denomina letal. Medical Dictionary. 2011. mortal 1. con …

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  • 8 mortal — [adj1] deadly bitter, death dealing, deathly, destructive, dire, ending, extreme, fatal, grave, great, grievous, grim, intense, killing, last, lethal, malignant, merciless, monstrous, mortiferous, murderous, noxious, pestilent, pestilential,… …

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  • 9 mortal — index character (an individual), conscious (awake), deadly, ephemeral, lethal, live (conscious), per …

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  • 10 mortal — ► ADJECTIVE 1) subject to death. 2) causing death. 3) (of fear, pain, etc.) intense. 4) (of conflict or an enemy) lasting until death; never to be reconciled. 5) without exception; imaginable: every mortal thing. 6) Christian Theology (of a sin)… …

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  • 11 Mortal — Mor tal, n. A being subject to death; a human being; man. Warn poor mortals left behind. Tickell. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 mortal is — index person Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 13 mortal — adj. 2 g. 1. Que está sujeito à morte. = MORREDOR, MORREDOURO, PERECEDOURO ≠ ETERNO, IMORREDOURO, IMORTAL 2. Que causa morte. = FATAL, FATÍFERO, LETAL, MORTÍFERO 3. Relativo à morte. 4.  [Figurado] Que acaba, que tem um fim. = EFÊMERO, FINDÁVEL,… …

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  • 14 mortal — adj *deadly, fatal, lethal Analogous words: destructive (see corresponding verb DESTROY): virulent, venomous, *poisonous: implacable, unrelenting, relentless (see GRIM) Antonyms: venial (especially of a sin) …

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  • 15 mortal — (Del lat. mortalis.) ► adjetivo 1 Que ha de morir: ■ el alma no es mortal, pero el cuerpo sí . ANTÓNIMO inmortal 2 Que causa o puede causar la muerte espiritual o corporal: ■ sufrió un accidente mortal; su doblez causó una herida mortal a su… …

    Enciclopedia Universal

  • 16 mortal — mor|tal1 [ˈmo:tl US ˈmo:rtl] adj [Date: 1300 1400; : Old French; Origin: Latin mortalis, from mors death ] 1.) not able to live for ever ≠ ↑immortal ▪ Her father s death reminded her that she was mortal. 2.) mortal blow/danger/wound etc a) …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 mortal — {{11}}mortal (adj.) mid 14c., deadly, also doomed to die, from O.Fr. mortel destined to die; deserving of death, from L. mortalis subject to death, mortal, of a mortal, human, from mors (gen. mortis) death, from PIE base *mer to die, with… …

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  • 18 mortal — 1 adjective 1 not living for ever: Her father s death reminded her that she was mortal. | mortal creatures opposite immortal (1) 2 mortal blow/injuries/danger etc causing death or likely to cause death: He was dealt a mortal blow in the battle. | …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 19 mortal — I UK [ˈmɔː(r)t(ə)l] / US [ˈmɔrt(ə)l] adjective * 1) human and not able to live for ever His heart attack made him realize that he is mortal. 2) a) serious enough to cause death a mortal wound/blow/injury b) likely to end with someone s death… …

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  • 20 mortal — /ˈmɔtl / (say mawtl) adjective 1. liable or subject to death: all mortal creatures. 2. of or relating to humans as subject to death: this mortal life. 3. belonging to this world. 4. a. relating to physical death: mortal throes; mortal remains. b …

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