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Translation of "critical" - English-Spanish dictionary

critical

adjective   /ˈkrɪt·ɪ·kəl/
saying that someone or something is bad or wrong crítico He is very critical of the way I work.
very important for the way things will happen in the future crucial a critical decision
very serious or dangerous crítico The doctors said her condition was critical.
critically adverb /ˈkrɪt·ɪ·kəl·i/
gravemente They were both critically injured in the crash.
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