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Translation of "mortal" - English-Spanish dictionary

mortal

adjective /ˈmoːtl/
liable to die; unable to live for ever mortal Man is mortal. of or causing death mortal a mortal illness mortal enemies (= enemies willing to fight each other till death) mortal combat. mortality /-ˈtӕ-/ noun the state of being mortal mortalidad As you become older, you become more aware of your own mortality. (also mortality rate) the number of deaths in proportion to the population; the death rate tasa de mortalidad infant mortality. mortally adverb in such a way as to cause death mortalmente He has been mortally wounded. mortal sin noun (especially in Roman Catholicism) a very serious sin, as a result of which the soul is damned for ever. pecado mortal
(Definition of mortal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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