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mortal
[ˈmɔːtəl]
noun
1. mortal (sustantivo masculino)
  • he doesn't speak to mere mortals like us! (Ironic) ¡no habla con los simples mortales como nosotros!
adjective
2. mortal
  • mortal enemy enemigo (m) mortal
  • mortal remains restos mpl mortales
  • mortal sin pecado (m) mortal
  • mortal wound herida (f) mortal
mortal [ˈmɔːtl]
adjective
1 (destined to die) mortal
2 (fatal) [+wound, blow] mortal
the betrayal was a mortal [blow] to [deal] [deliver] [strike] a mortal blow to sb/sth
3 (deadly) [+enemy] mortal
4 (extreme) [+terror] espantoso
he was gripped by mortal terror
she screamed in mortal terror gritó aterrorizada; to be in mortal danger estar en peligro de muerte; to live in mortal fear that ... vivir aterrorizado de que ...
noun
mortal (m)
they are now reduced to the status of ordinary mortals quedan ahora reducidos al estatus de simples mortales
modifier
mortal combat (n) combate (m) a muerte
to be [locked] in mortal combat
mortal remains (n) restos (m) mortales
mortal sin (n) pecado (m) mortal
mortal
adjective
1. mortal (no inmortal); fatal (caída, enfermedad); deadly (aburrimiento, odio, enemigo)
masculine or feminine noun
2. mortal
mortal
adjective
1 [+ser] mortal
2 [+herida, golpe] fatal; deadly; [+disparo, accidente] fatal; [+veneno, virus, sustancia, dosis] deadly; lethal; [+peligro] mortal
la película es un aburrimiento mortal the film is a real bore; salto mortal somersault
other collocates: accidente/arma/atentado/carga
3 [+pecado] mortal; [+odio] deadly
4
quedarse mortal to be thunderstruck
5
las señas son mortales there's no escaping the evidence
(ser) mortal
como cualquier mortal just like anybody else
(salto) somersault
doble mortal double somersault
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