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Translation of "fatal" - English-Spanish dictionary

fatal

adjective   /ˈfeɪ·təl/
A fatal accident or illness makes someone die. mortal a fatal car crash
Fatal actions have very bad effects. funesto He made the fatal error of deleting the file.
(Definition of fatal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

fatal

adjective /ˈfeitl/
causing death mortal a fatal accident.
disastrous fatal She made the fatal mistake of not inviting him to the party.
fatally adverb
mortalmente Stonewall Jackson had been fatally wounded at Chancellorsville.
fatality /fəˈtӕləti/ noun ( plural fatalities)
(an accident causing) death accidente mortal The number of fatalities on the local roads has increased.
(Definition of fatal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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