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fatal

adjective     /ˈfeɪ.təl/ US  /-t̬əl/
A fatal illness or accident, etc. causes death 致命的 This illness is fatal in almost all cases. 這種病幾乎是不治之症。 the fatal shooting of an unarmed 15-year-old 對手無寸鐵的15歲少年的致命槍擊 KillingMurder and attempted murderSerious and severeSevere
very serious and having an important bad effect in the future 災難性的;毀滅性的 He made the fatal mistake/error of believing what they told him. 他聽信了他們的話,犯了災難性的錯誤。 It just shows how you should never say how well things are going for you - it's fatal (= it causes bad things to happen). 這件事恰恰說明你決不能說事情進展很順利——這麼講會帶來大麻煩。 Serious and severeSevere
fatally     /ˈfeɪ.təl.i/ US  /-t̬əl.i/ adverb
Several people were injured, two fatally (= they died as a result). 多人受傷,其中兩人死亡。 KillingMurder and attempted murderSerious and severeSevere
(Definition of fatal from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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