mortal

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ölümlü

Bütün insanlar ölümlüdür. - All human beings are mortal.

Tanrı senin ölümlü ruhuna yardım eder. - God help your mortal soul.

ölümcül

Tom ölümcül yaralıydı. - Tom was mortally wounded.

O ölümcül bir biçimde yaralıydı. - He was mortally wounded.

fani

Ölüm, yaşadığımız bu fani hayatın sona ermesi ve ebedi olan ahiret hayatına açılan kapıdır. - Death is the door that brings this mortal life that we have lived to an end and opens out to the eternal life to come.

{s} öldürücü
insanlık
çok büyük
mortal
insan

Bütün insanlar ölümlüdür. - All human beings are mortal.

Bu dünyadaki insanların hepsi ölümlüdür. - The people on this earth are all mortals.

aşırı
dili çok büyük
in mo
amansız
beşeri
insanoğlu

Ayın üstünde, her şey sonsuz; altında, insanoğlu hariç bir şey yok. - Above the moon, everything is eternal; below, there is nothing save mortality.

{s} ölüm

Tom ölümcül yaralıydı. - Tom was mortally wounded.

Tüm insanların ölümlü olduğunu biliyoruz. - We know that all men are mortal.

insani
dili uzun ve sıkıcı
mortal enemies birbirinin can düşmanı
ölümlü yaratık
geçici
dili olası
ceset
mortality
ölümlülük
mortality
ölüm oranı
mortal combat
ölümüne kavga
mortal remains
cenaze
mortal coil
yaşam kargaşası
mortal enemies
can düşmanları
mortal enemy
can düşmanı
mortal fear
can korkusu
mortal remains
ceset
mortal sin
affedilmez günah
mortality
insanlık
mortality
(Denizbilim,Gıda) ölüm

Tıbbi gelişmelere karşın dış gebelik, dünya çapındaki anne ölümlerinin önemli bir nedeni olmaya devam etmektedir. - Despite medical advances, ectopic pregnancy remains a significant cause of maternal mortality worldwide.

mortally
öldürücü biçimde
mortally
ölümcül

Tom ölümcül şekilde yaralandı. - Tom was mortally injured.

Tom ölümcül yaralıydı. - Tom was mortally wounded.

shuffle off this mortal coil
ahreti boylamak
mortality
kalımsızlık
mortality
insanoğlu

Ayın üstünde, her şey sonsuz; altında, insanoğlu hariç bir şey yok. - Above the moon, everything is eternal; below, there is nothing save mortality.

mortality
fanilik
mortality
ölüm oranı/ölümlülük
mortality
(Biyoloji) mortalite
mortality
{i} büyük ölçüde can kaybı
mortality
(Tıp) Ölüm, ölüm oranı, bütün halka oranla ölenlerin sayısı, mortalite
mortally
ciddi
mortally
ölecek şekilde
mortally
dehşetle
mortally
çok fazla/ölümcül şekilde
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A human; someone susceptible to death

Lord what fools these mortals be!.

Susceptible to death by aging, sickness, injury, or wound

for I was in mortal fear lest the captain should repent of his confessions and make an end of me.

{v} to make moral reflections
{a} subject to death, deadly, violent, human
{n} a man, a human creature
deadly
subject to death; "mortal beings"
A living creature that consists of a spirit and physical body joined existing in reality
causing or capable of causing death; "a fatal accident"; "a deadly enemy"; "mortal combat"; "a mortal illness"
involving loss of divine grace or spiritual death; "the seven deadly sins"
unrelenting and deadly; "mortal enemy"
a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
That which must eventually die
A player who is not a wiz (ie not a wizard or witch)
A being subject to death; a human being; man
subject to death; "mortal beings
Affecting as if with power to kill; deathly
You can use mortal to show that something is very serious or may cause death. The police were defending themselves and others against mortal danger + mortally mor·tal·ly He falls, mortally wounded
{i} human being, person; that which is subject to death
Very painful or tedious; wearisome; as, a sermon lasting two mortal hours
emphasis You can use mortal to emphasize that a feeling is extremely great or severe. When self-esteem is high, we lose our mortal fear of jealousy. + mortally mor·tal·ly Candida admits to having been `mortally embarrassed'
Subject to death; destined to die; as, man is mortal
Human; belonging to man, who is mortal; as, mortal wit or knowledge; mortal power
Of or pertaining to the time of death
Fatally vulnerable; vital
You can describe someone as a mortal when you want to say that they are an ordinary person. Tickets seem unobtainable to the ordinary mortal. = human
{s} deadly, fatal; pertaining to death; human; liable or subject to death; severe, grave; extreme, great (Slang)
If you refer to the fact that people are mortal, you mean that they have to die and cannot live for ever. A man is deliberately designed to be mortal. He grows, he ages, and he dies. immortal + mortality mor·tal·ity She has suddenly come face to face with her own mortality
Destructive to life; causing or occasioning death; terminating life; exposing to or deserving death; deadly; as, a mortal wound; a mortal sin
mortal coil
The physical body of man (containing the spirit inside)

She escaped her mortal coil and moved out, looking back at herself as she stood motionless, clutching the stone that had become the link between her body and her spirit.

mortal coil
The chaos and confusion of life
mortal sin
In Roman Catholic theology, a mortal sin is a grave matter, such as murder or blasphemy, and is committed with the full knowledge and deliberate consent of the sinner. The committing of such a heinous sin causes a complete loss of grace and leads to eternal damnation unless absolved
mortal sins
plural form of mortal sin
mortal sin
A sin, as murder, willfully committed and serious enough to deprive the soul of divine grace
Mortal Kombat
series of popular computer and video games (produced by Midway Games, Inc.)
mortal danger
deadly danger
mortal enemy
an enemy who wants to kill you
mortal enemy
sworn enemy, enemy to the death
mortal fear
extreme fright, terror, extreme horror
mortal injury
deadly injury, fatal injury
mortal sin
In the Roman Catholic Church, a mortal sin is an extremely serious sin and the person who has committed it will be punished after death unless they are forgiven by the Church. A sin, such as murder or blasphemy, that is so heinous it deprives the soul of sanctifying grace and causes damnation if unpardoned at the time of death. something that you do that is so bad, according to the Roman Catholic Church, that your soul will be punished for ever after death unless you ask to be forgiven
mortal sin
an unpardonable sin entailing a total loss of grace; theologians list 7 mortal sins
mortal sin
terrible sin that causes the death of the soul
mortal wounds
severe injuries, injuries which are likely to cause death
mortal(a)
unrelenting and deadly; "mortal enemy
mortality
The death rate of a population
mortally
In a mortal manner
shuffle off this mortal coil
To die; to divest oneself of one's mortal body

What dreams may come, When we have shuffled off this mortal coil, Must give us pause —William Shakespeare, Hamlet.

mortality
{n} human nature, death, havoc, waste
mortally
{a} fatally, extremely, irrecoverably
mortality
The death rate or the ratio of the total number of deaths to the total population
mortality
The incidence of death at each attained age; frequency of death
mortality
statistics on deaths within a population based on official death certificates, usually showing numbers of deaths by age, sex and cause
mortality
Those who are, or that which is, mortal; the human race; humanity; human nature
mortality
{i} state of having a limited life span; rate of death
mortality
The ratio of the number of dead animals to the total number of animals in the herd or flock
mortality
All deaths reported in a given population
mortality
the quality or state of being mortal
mortality
—The death rate, measured as the number of deaths per a certain population; may describe the population as a whole, or a specific group within a population (such as infant mortality or in-hospital mortality)
mortality
The mortality in a particular place or situation is the number of people who die. The nation's infant mortality rate has reached a record low. = death rate
mortality
Death; destruction
mortality
Incidents of death in a defined group of individuals
mortality
The whole sum or number of deaths in a given time or a given community; also, the proportion of deaths to population, or to a specific number of the population; death rate; as, a time of great, or low, mortality; the mortality among the settlers was alarming
mortality
death or death rate
mortality
  number of deaths or expected deaths in a population; the death rate The ratio of the total number of deaths to the total population
mortality
the ratio of deaths in an area to the population of that area; expressed per 1000 per year
mortality
The condition or quality of being mortal; subjection to death or to the necessity of dying
mortality
An actuarial determination of the death rate at each age as determined from prior experience
mortality
Death or destruction of forest trees as a result of competition, disease, insect damage, drought, wind, fire and other factors (excluding harvesting)
mortality
The relative incidence of death occurring among a given group of people Contrast with morbidity
mortality
the number of deaths due to a disease in a specific population over a specific time period
mortality
A measure of deaths in a given population, location, or other grouping of interest
mortality
The relative incidence of death within a given group
mortality
Death-rate; ratio of the amount of deaths in proportion to the average population
mortality
Trees that were merchantable and have died within a specified period of time The term mortality can also refer to the rate of death of a species in a given population or community
mortality
Human life; the life of a mortal being
mortality
A measure of the incidence of deaths in a population
mortality
Frequency of number of deaths in proportion to a population; death rate
mortality
the relative frequency of death or the death rate in a locality
mortality
The death rate; the ratio of the number of deaths to a given population (CMD 1997)
mortality
the incidence of death from a disease: note that each incident case enters the prevalence pool and remains there until either recovery or death Mortality rate for some time period is the number of deaths due to some disease divided by the total population
mortality
Table A table showing the incidence of death at specified ages
mortality
condition of being subject to death, as in: People feared getting that disease because of its high mortality rate
mortality
The condition of being susceptible to death
mortality
The death rate The ratio of the total number of deaths to the total population For our purposes, it can either be used in regards complications arising from AGB process or of obesity itself
mortally
in such a manner that death ensues (also in reference to hatred, jealousy, fear, etc ); "a being of whom the forest Indians are said to be mortally afraid, with a hoof shaped like the heel of a bottle"
mortally
In a mortal manner; so as to cause death; as, mortally wounded
mortally
In an extreme degree; to the point of dying or causing death; desperately; as, mortally jealous
mortally
in such a manner that death ensues also in reference to hatred, jealousy, fear, etc
mortally
extremely; fatally; in a mortal manner
mortally
"a being of whom the forest Indians are said to be mortally afraid, with a hoof shaped like the heel of a bottle
mortally
In the manner of a mortal or of mortal beings
mortally
Of one who has been wounded, fatally
mortals
plural of mortal
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mortal
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