An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (fatal)
a. cadavérico
We knew something was wrong when we saw the deathly expression on Juana's face.Supimos que algo estaba mal cuando vimos la expresión cadavérica en el rostro de Juana.
b. sepulcral
The first thing Rob noticed when he walked out his door was the deathly silence on what was a normally busy street.Lo primero que notó Rob cuando salió de su casa fue el silencio sepulcral en lo que normalmente era una calle concurrida.
c. mortal
The deathly cold had chilled Albert to the bone.El frío mortal había congelado a Albert hasta el hueso.
d. de muerte
The brothers heard a deathly shriek from the direction of the cemetery.Los hermanos oyeron un chillido de muerte desde la dirección del cementerio.
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
2. (fatally)
a. mortalmente
David really tried to pay attention, but the class was deathly boring.David realmente trataba de poner atención, pero la clase era mortalmente aburrida.
b. fatalmente
Unfortunately, many people were deathly wounded.Desafortunadamente, muchas personas resultaron fatalmente heridas.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (pallor)
a. cadavérico(a)
2. (silence)
a. sepulcral
deathly [ˈdeθlɪ]
deathlier (comparative)deathliest (superlative) [+appearance, pallor] cadavérico; [+silence] sepulcral;
deathly pale pálido como un muerto
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