death

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ölüm

İnsan ölümlerinin çoğuna, sigara dumanı neden olmuştur. - A lot of human deaths are caused by smoking cigarettes.

Kaza çok fazla ölüme neden oldu. - The accident has caused many deaths.

{i} ecel
{i} ölme

Tom açlıktan ölmeyecek. - Tom isn't going to starve to death.

Teslim olmak zorundaysam, ölmeyi tercih ederim. - If I had to surrender, I'd rather choose death.

{i} tükeniş
deathcup çok zehirli bir çeşit mantar
{i} yıkım

Onlar söylenemeyecek miktarda ölüm ve yıkıma neden oldular. - They caused an untold amount of death and destruction.

Savaş kente ölüm ve yıkım getirdi. - The war brought about death and destruction in the city.

(Tıp) ölü

Bazen kardiyovasküler hastalığın ilk belirtisi ölümdür. - Sometimes the first symptom of cardiovascular disease is death.

Kömür sobasıyla uyumamalısınız. Çünkü karbonmonoksit olarak adlandırılan çok zehirli bir gaz içerir. Kömür sobasıyla uyumak ölümle sonuçlanabilir. - You shouldn't sleep with a coal stove on because it releases a very toxic gas called carbon monoxide. Sleeping with a coal stove running may result in death.

son

O, babasının ölümünden sonra ailesi için baş vurulacak tek kişiydi. - He was the only recourse for his family after his father's death.

O, babasının ölümünden sonra işle ilgilendi. - He took care of the business after his father's death.

öIme
ölüme sebebiyet veren şey
death duty veras
defin ruhsatı
deathblow öIdürücü darbe
death certificate ölüm ilmuhaberi
öIüm
deathbed ölüm döşeği
katil
(Tıp) Ölüm. mors, exitus
azrail
ölümden
ölümü

Ölümün neye benzediği hakkında bir fikrim yok. - I have no idea what death is like.

Kızının ölümü üzerine ağladı. - He wept over his daughter's death.

fevt
death toll
(Askeri) toplam ölü sayısı
death bell
cenaze çanı
death benefit
ölüm yardımı
death cell
ölüm hücresi
death certificate
ölüm ilmuhaberi
death certificate
defin ruhsatı
death chair
ölüm sandalyesi
death duty
veraset vergisi
death grant
cenaze yardımı
death house
ölüm evi
death knell
ölüm çanı
death knell
ölüm haberi
death mask
ölmüş bir adamın yüzünden alçı ile alınmış maske
death penalty
ölüm cezası

Tom ölüm cezasının kaldırılması gerektiğine inanıyor. - Tom believes that the death penalty should be abolished.

Ölüm cezasını iptal etmeliyiz. - We must abolish the death penalty.

death punishment
ölüm cezası
death rate
ölüm oranı

Onlar çocuklarla ilgili düşük ölüm oranını tıbbın ilerlemesine bağladı. - They attributed the low death rate of infants to the progress of medicine.

death rattle
ölüm hırıltısı
death roll
ölenlerin listesi
death sentence
idam hükmü
death struggle
ölüm kalım mücadelesi
death tax
ölüm vergisi
death throes
ölüm sancıları
death toll
ölü sayısı

Ölü sayısı 500'e yaklaşıyor. - The death toll is nearly 500.

death trap
ölüm tuzağı
death valley
ölüm vadisi

Ölüm Vadisinin irtifası nedir? - What is the elevation of Death Valley ?

death warrant
idam hükmü
death warrant
ölüm fermanı
Death is a debt to pay the cause is meaningless
(Atasözü) Ecel gelince başa, baş ağrısı bahane
death adder
ölüm engerek
death angel
Azrail, ölüm meleği
death bed
ölüm yatakta
death bell
cenaze canı
death cap
ölüm kap
death chamber
ölüm odası
death dealer
Ölüm tâciri
death defying
ölüme meydan okuyor
death drive
(Felsefe) Ölüm içgüdüsü
death duties
veraset vergisi
death eater
(Edebiyat) Bir Harry Potter karakteri, ölüm yiyen
death eaters
ölüm yiyenler
death for
ölüm
death from natural causes
doğal nedenlerle ölüm
death grip
ölüm tutuş
death in absentia
(Kanun) Kanıt olarak cesed ortada olmasada yasal olarak ölüm
death mask
olmuş bir adamın yüzünden alçı ile alınm
death metal
yüksek sesli elektronik bir müzik türü
death of
ölüm
death of a portion of tissue
dokusunun bir kısmının ölüm
death panel
ölüm yolunda bir hastanın yaşaması için tedavi edilip edilmemesine karar veren doktorlar grubu
death race
ölüm yarışı
death rate, mortality
ölüm oranı, mortalite
death row
ölüm hücreleri

Tom ölüm hücrelerindeki 3.000'den daha fazla mahkumdan biri. - Tom is one of more than 3,000 inmates on death row.

death space
Ölü boşluk
death spiral
ölüm sarmalı
death squad
ölüm mangası
death taxes
ölüm vergiler
death throes
ölüm sancısı
death wish
ölüm arzusu
death's doorstep
Ölümün eşiği
death, being dead
ölüm, ölü olma
death-defying
ölüme meydan okuyor
death-knell
Birinin olduğunu işaret eden can sesi
death-row
ölüm-row
death benefit
(Kanun) cenaze yardımı
death gratuity
(Askeri) ölüm tazminatı
death gratuity
(Askeri) ÖLÜM TAZMİNATI: Askerlik hizmetleri esnasında veya ayrıldıktan sonra 120 gün zarfında ölen askeri personelin ailelerine verilen para
death house
ölüm hücreleri
death rattle
can çekişme hırıltısı
death toll
ölenlerin sayısı
death warrant
huk. idam hükmü
death's head
kurukafa şekli
death's head
bir tür pervane
death row
ölüm hücresi
deathless
unutulmaz
deathless
baki
deathlike
ölü gibi
deathly
{f} ölümcül olarak
deathless
{s} ölümsüz
deathless
(sıfat) ölümsüz
deathlessly
ölümsüz bir şekilde
deathlike
ölüm gibi
deathlike
öldürücü
deathly
ölüm gibi
deathly
ölümsü
deathly
öldürücü
deathly
(zarf) öldürücü
deaths
vefat
deaths
ölüm hali
deaths
(fiil)fat, ölüm hali
to the death
ölümüne

Biz ölümüne savaşmalıyız. - We must fight to the death.

Ben ölümüne dövüşeceğim. - I will fight to the death.

to the death
ölüme
İngilizce - İngilizce
The personification of death
The cessation of life and all associated processes; the end of an organism's existence as an entity independent from its environment and its return to an inert, nonliving state

The death of my grandmother saddened the whole family.

The personification of death as a hooded figure with a scythe; the Grim Reaper

When death walked in, a chill spread through the room.

Tarot card
{n} a extinction of life, mortality, damnation
When a person passes from the three-dimensional earthly plane, that one goes on to exist in a variety of dimensions and worlds
rate the number of deaths per 1,000 of the population of an area over the period of a year decentralization the dispersion of a population away from a central point deciduous forest woodland area consisting of broad-leaved trees (such as oak) which shed their leaves in winter to reduce water loss and conserve energy deforestation the cutting down of forest without planting new trees to replace those lost (reafforestation) or allowing the forest to regenerate itself naturally
Danger of death
The death of something is the permanent end of it. It meant the death of everything he had ever been or ever hoped to be. = end
Death was developed when working on my Tarot deck Though not a theme that I deal with often it is useful to have him around to dispatch estranged characters like the Second High Priestess and an Angel Death's appearance was inspired by motifs used by the band the Misfits He is stoic, focused and usually only in a scene to do a job at someone else request (often via a Tarot card)
Murder; murderous character
nirodha: destruction, cessation, annihilation In the third Noble Truth (the third part of the four-fold knowledge of the noble quest), it is synonymous with nibbâna (quenching) and thus refers to the active destruction, or final cessation, of the factors that lead to suffering in this life and renewed existence in a life after
For those aware of the world of Spirit, Death holds no fear or dread We live with the knowledge that our times on the physical plane are only learning experiences between stays in the Summerland, where we process, and come to understand, all the lessons learned in each incarnation We know that the Spirit is truly eternal, and that each Death is only another step toward our ultimate goal of unity with the Divine
Death is the permanent end of the life of a person or animal. 1.5 million people are in immediate danger of death from starvation. the thirtieth anniversary of her death There had been a death in the family He almost bled to death after a bullet severed an artery. birth, life
A particular kind of death is a particular way of dying. They made sure that he died a horrible death
If you say that someone is at death's door, you mean they are very ill indeed and likely to die. He told his boss a tale about his mother being at death's door
Loss of spiritual life
the time when something ends; "it was the death of all his plans"; "a dying of old hopes
1 birth of new thought, an awaking from the subconscious mind 2 the coming of a condition that will test one's abilities 3 trials and tribulations that provide lessons in spiritual truth 4 death of dreamer's brother; the death of the Christ, the Elder brother, and its significance to the world 5 loss of talent because of defects, imbalances, or weakness in physical body 6 the equalizer (that which brings all people of different social standing to one level) 7 one's own after death state; the consciousness and understanding you experience in the after death is available to you now as a way of understanding and comprehending in the physical plane 8 the loss of a characteristic from one's own life that is also a characteristic of the person who has died in the dream 9 the need for more attention, sympathy and love for the one who dies in the dream 10 transition or change
the act of killing; "he had two deaths on his conscience"
the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism; "the animal died a painful death"
emphasis You use to death after an adjective or a verb to emphasize the action, state, or feeling mentioned. For example, if you are frightened to death or bored to death, you are extremely frightened or bored. He scares teams to death with his pace and power. programmed cell death Bataan Death March Black Death brain death death penalty dance of death Death Valley near death experience sudden infant death syndrome crib death
marana (q v ) - Contemplation of °: maranánussati (q v ) - As divine messenger: deva-dúta (q v )
the time at which life ends; continuing until dead; "she stayed until his death"; "a struggle to the last"
Anything so dreadful as to be like death
To stop sinning suddenly Elbert Hubbard
the time when something ends; "it was the death of all his plans"; "a dying of old hopes"
You use to death after a verb to indicate that a particular action or process results in someone's death. He was stabbed to death. relief missions to try to keep the country's population from starving to death He almost bled to death after the bullet severed an artery
part of the innings in which the participants are the most active
(In Animistic Melanesian Contexts): "Death in animistic Melanesian thought is never understood as the cessation of existence or annihilation of man It is better to view death as survival or "over-living": Humankind enters into the next form of existence, guaranteed through his spiritual double ("soul") by surviving or "living over" his own physical death At the time of death, man transitions from the visible realm of Life to the invisible realm of the after-life " (Adapted from Bachor 1999) Read also the definition for spiritual double
Personified: The destroyer of life, conventionally represented as a skeleton with a scythe
Cessation of life; extinction of political existence
If someone is put to death, they are executed. Those put to death by firing squad included three generals
The word "death" is used in two main ways in the Bible First, it is used to describe the cessation of life Second, death is used in reference to the lost This refers to their eternal separation from God as a result of sin (Is 59: 2), in a conscious state of damnation without hope (1 Thess 4: 13; Rev 20: 10,14,15) Death to humans is unnatural When God created Adam and Eve, death was not part of the created order It was not until they sinned that death entered the scene (Rom 5: 12; 6: 23) Death will be destroyed when Christ returns and the believers receive their resurrected bodies
a final state; "he came to a bad end"; "the so-called glorious experiment came to an inglorious end"
the personification of death; "Death walked the streets of the plague-bound city"
Total privation or loss; extinction; cessation; as, the death of memory
The cessation of all vital phenomena without capability of resuscitation, either in animals or plants
Cessation of all vital functions without the capability of resuscitation
The end of life; the total and permanent cessation of all vital functions of an animal or plant
emphasis If you say that something is a matter of life and death, you are emphasizing that it is extremely important, often because someone may die or suffer great harm if people do not act immediately. Well, never mind, John, it's not a matter of life and death
The cessation of life and all associated processes. The end of an organisms existence as an independent entity from its environment and its return to an inert, nonliving state
the absence of life or state of being dead; "he seemed more content in death than he had ever been in life"
emphasis If you say that you will fight to the death for something, you are emphasizing that you will do anything to achieve or protect it, even if you suffer as a consequence. She'd have fought to the death for that child
a negative state when the body stops the process of life
The permanent end of physical life
Cause of loss of life
Although the guardianship ceases at the death of a ward, the Public Administrator wants the guardian to finalize the work In cases where there is less than $15,000, after 30 days, file a probate wavier and finish up paying the bills and disbursing money to the heirs This should be filed with the Probate court in the Final Report to the guardianship case If the person has over $15,000 estate value, you will need to have an attorney probate the will This report can be filed in the Guardianship case as well as in the Estate case [Top of Page]
{i} end of life; dying; destruction
Our physical death brings us before God in His eternal kingdom At this point there will be a judgment of our lives - all we have thought, said or done "The second death" is a punishment for the unrepentant - a sentence of eternal separation from God (Revelation 20: 11-15 and 2 Thessalonians 1: 8-9) Faith in Christ in this life is our guarantee of our acquittal before God and the gift of eternal life Our actions will still be judged, but our inheritance in Christ is secure forever, based on the faith we die with (Colossians 1: 21-23)
One For the AngelsA Passage For TrumpetNothing in the DarkNinety Years Without Slumbering
The act of dying; termination of life The termination or extinction of something Generally understood to be the extinction of an organism's life Many doctrines assert some form of mental or spiritual survival of physical death
The physical body, through natural law, eventually dies The apparent purpose of life appears to be the creation of diverse types of individuals The individual, as an independent entity, is permanent as a set of memories linked to the Trinity and there is no reason to believe that it terminates along with the physical body
w-m: the final witness to the seeming reality of the body and the separation from our Creator, Who is life; if the body dies then it must have lived, which means its maker -- the ego -- must be real and alive as well; also seen by the ego as the ultimate punishment for our sin of separation from God r-m: the quiet laying down of the body after it has fulfilled its purpose as a teaching device
the event of dying or departure from life; "her death came as a terrible shock"; "upon your decease the capital will pass to your grandchildren"
n The state of existence which occurs after "life" as it is commonly defined according to the definitions of Western biology, ends Death is understood as part of the Circle Many Witches believe that the "dead" continue to exist on another plane and that it is possible to contact them, especially at Samhain, through a psychic connection We are all aware of our connections with our ancestors and of the fact that, in some sense, we will live in our descendants We sing: "What is remembered, lives " See Reincarnation
the act of killing; "he had two deaths on his conscience" the event of dying or departure from life; "her death came as a terrible shock"; "upon your decease the capital will pass to your grandchildren" the personification of death; "Death walked the streets of the plague-bound city" the permanent end of all life functions in an organism or part of an organism; "the animal died a painful death" the absence of life or state of being dead; "he seemed more content in death than he had ever been in life" the time at which life ends; continuing until dead; "she stayed until his death"; "a struggle to the last" the time when something ends; "it was the death of all his plans"; "a dying of old hopes
The expiration of a Federal employee
emphasis If you refer to a fight or contest as a fight to the death, you are emphasizing that it will not stop until the death or total victory of one of the opponents. He now faces a fight to the death to reach the quarter-finals
A spell domain composed of nine divine spells and a granted power themed around the concept of death Also a spell descriptor denoting spells and effects that slay living creatures Creatures slain by a death effect cannot be raised by raise dead Resurrection or true resurrection is required to revivify such a corpse See also dead
Manner of dying; act or state of passing from life
demise
mortis
end
lethe
defunction
decease
expiry
shi
{i} king of terrors
Death Valley
A valley in California and Nevada, remarkable for being the lowest-elevated place in North America
death adder
A snake of the genus Acanthophis, a group of highly venomous elapids found in Australia and New Guinea
death adder
The copperhead, a venomous pit viper species found in North America
death adder
The eastern hognose snake, a non-venomous colubrid species found in North America
death by PowerPoint
the boredom of a dull PowerPoint presentation, normally consisting of simple bulleted lists and conventional graphics

Where a 10-page presentation with one or two charts would have been acceptable before, now we all suffer from death by PowerPoint.

death by chocolate
Any of several desserts largely consisting of a chocolate cake with a chocolate sauce
death by cop
A method of suicide where a person points a firearm at an armed police officer, forcing them to shoot
death by spellcheck
The problems caused by spellcheckers being incapable of correcting most homophone confusions
death camp
a facility built during the Holocaust by the Nazis to kill especially the Jewish people through gassing
death camps
plural form of death camp
death cap
A common name for the deadly poisonous mushroom of the genus Amanita
death caps
plural form of death cap
death duty
An inheritance tax or estate tax
death factor
Any of various substances that cause apoptosis in cells

The Fas ligand (FasL) is a key death factor of cytotoxic T lymphocytes and natural killer cells.

death factors
plural form of death factor
death futures
Trading life assurance policies of terminally ill people, bought by a third party as an investment
death grip
An extremely tight grip

The wolf held the chicken in a death grip until it stopped moving.

death grip
A perilous situation or stalemate where failure or death is imminent

The armies came together in a death grip at the bottom of the valley.

death grips
plural form of death grip
death growl
A harsh, guttural, sometimes unintelligible vocal style associated with death metal music

Caninus Twin vocalists for this Brooklyn-based grindcore band really have the death growl down — because they're pit bulls.

death house
Syn. death row
death house
A holding area in a prison for condemned prisoners in the time immediately prior to execution
death knell
The tolling of a bell announcing death

Its recurrence was regular, but as slow as the tolling of a death-knell.

death knell
A sign or omen foretelling the death or destruction of something

It is the death knell of an orchestra if it doesn't have its own home, he says.

death knells
plural form of death knell
death march
A forced movement of people, on foot, in such circumstances that many die during the journey
death mask
A plaster or similar cast of a person's face after death
death metal
A sub-genre of heavy metal typically employing moderate to fast tempos, heavily distorted guitars, deep growling vocals, blast beat drumming and complex song structures with multiple tempo changes, often having violent or dark lyrics
death panel
A supposed committee responsible for allocating healthcare and promoting euthanasia to reduce costs
death penalty
A punishment in which the person who committed the offence is put to death by the state
death rattle
The raspy or gurgling sound sometimes made by a person as he or she draws in or expels the final breaths in the moments before dying

And so this killer—loath to touch a living body—was helpless. He could only wait for an old man's death rattle.

death ray
A fictional beam of radiation that can kill
death rays
plural form of death ray
death row
the section of a prison which houses those inmates who are sentenced to death
death sentence
Sentence of execution for a defendant
death sentences
plural form of death sentence
death squad
An armed group that carries out clandestine killings
death squads
plural form of death squad
death stick
A cigarette
death sticks
plural form of death stick
death tax
A misnomer for inheritance tax used by proponents of its abolition
death taxes
plural form of death tax
death throes
plural form of death throe
death toll
The number of dead as a result of a war, natural disaster or other incident

Greenpeace report says Chernobyl death toll has been underestimated (Wikinews, April 18, 2006).

death valley driver
a wrestling move
death warrant
A warrant that authorizes capital punishment
death wish
A desire, especially subconscious, for the death of oneself or of someone else
death zone
Land at sufficiently high altitudes that there is not enough oxygen to sustain human life
death zones
plural form of death zone
death's head
Alternative spelling of death's-head
death's-head
A human skull, as symbol of death
death's-head hawkmoth
A moth of any of the three species Acherontia atropos, A. styx or A. lachesis; notable for the skull-like pattern on its back
death-knell
Alternative spelling of death knell
death-rattle
Alternative spelling of death rattle
death-ray
Alternative spelling of death ray
death-squad
Attributive form of death squad, noun
death-watch beetle
A woodboring beetle, namely a beetle whose larvae are xylophagous
death-watch beetles
plural form of death-watch beetle
death's-head
a human skull as a symbol of death
death cap
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) Amanita phalloides, commonly known as the death cap, is a poisonous basidiomycete fungus, one of many in the genus Amanita. Widely distributed across Europe, A. phalloides associates with various deciduous and coniferous trees. In some cases, death cap has been accidentally introduced to new regions with the cultivation of non-native species of oak, chestnut, and pine. The large fruiting bodies (i.e., the mushrooms) appear in summer and autumn; the caps are generally greenish in colour, with a white stipe and gills
death drive
(Felsefe) The death drive was defined by Sigmund Freud in Jenseits des Lustprinzips (Beyond the Pleasure Principle) (1920; English translation 1922) as "an urge inherent in all organic life to restore an earlier state of things". -
death eater
(Edebiyat) In the fictional Harry Potter series, the Death Eaters are a group of wizards and witches, led by the dark wizard Lord Voldemort, who seek to purify the greater Wizarding community of Muggle-borns. They also strive, in achieving their goals, to create a new order through the Ministry of Magic and cause fear through the Wizarding community by terrorising and killing important officials and their other enemies. They battle the Order of the Phoenix. They are the chief antagonists of the Harry Potter series. Some notable Death Eaters include Voldemort himself, Bellatrix Lestrange, Peter Pettigrew, Barty Crouch Jr., and Quirrell. Severus Snape, the Malfoy family and Regulus Black are all reformed Death Eaters
death grip
An extremely tight grip caused especially by fear
death grip
Death Grip refers to a technique used in mountain biking whereby the rider avoids covering the brake levers. It is most often used by dirt jumpers (most especially those new to the discipline), when approaching a new, bigger, jump than they're used to, but are fairly sure they can manage. They will do this to prevent the sudden urge to brake which is experienced when the doubts about clearing the jump pop into their mind on the approach to the take-off. Very few riders relish riding 'death grip', resorting to it only after many attempts at a jump that they still cannot resist the urge to brake on
death in absentia
(Kanun) Death in absentia is a legal term describing the status of a person who has been declared legally dead. This occurs when an individual disappears but no identifiable remains can be located or recovered
death metal
Death metal is an extreme heavy metal subgenre. The genre is typically characterized by the use of heavily distorted guitars, harsh vocals that are low-pitched and/or growled, morbid lyrics, exceptionally fast-paced rhythms and melodies, frequent blast beats on drums, and complex song structures with multiple tempo changes
death slide
(Spor) A zip-line (also known as a flying fox, foefie slide, zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, death slide or tyrolean crossing) consists of a pulley suspended on a cable mounted on an incline. It is designed to enable a user propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable, usually made of stainless steel, by holding on or attaching to the freely moving pulley. Zip-lines come in many forms, most often used as a means of entertainment. They may be short and low, intended for child's play and found on some playgrounds. Longer and higher rides are often used as a means of accessing remote areas, such as a rainforest canopy. Zip-line tours are becoming popular vacation activities, found at outdoor adventure camps or upscale resorts, where they may be an element on a larger challenge or ropes course
Death Valley
arid basin in southeastern California and southwestern Nevada (lowest point in North America)
Death in Venice
a novel by Thomas Mann, which was made into a film in 1971, about a successful writer in Venice who falls in love with a beautiful Polish boy and therefore does not want to leave the city, even though there is cholera there. He stays, and finally dies from the disease (1912)
Death of a Salesman
play written by Arthur Miller in 1949
death benefit
In the event of the death of the contract owner prior to annuitization, the insurance company will pay the annuity beneficiary the contract’s accumulated value, less any withdrawals, or the amount of premiums paid, less any withdrawals, whichever is greater Variable annuity contracts never pay beneficiaries less than 100% of the premiums paid
death benefit
The amount the policy will pay to the person you choose when the primary insured dies
death benefit
The amount paid to a beneficiary upon the death of an insured person
death benefit
The money paid to the beneficiary when the insured person dies
death benefit
The policy proceeds to be paid upon the death of the insured
death benefit
The coverage amount of the policy that will be paid to the designated beneficiary at the time of the insured´s death It does not include additional amounts payable under accidental death or other specific riders, if they apply (Proceeds paid to beneficiaries generally are not subject to income tax )
death benefit
The amount payable to a beneficiary according to the certificate terms upon the death of the insured or annuitant
death benefit
Insurance money payable to a deceased person's stipulated beneficiary
death benefit
A payment made to a designated beneficiary upon the death of the insured or annuitant
death blow
If you say that an event or action deals a death blow to something such as a plan or hope, or is a death blow to something, you mean that it puts an end to it. The deportations would be a death blow to the peace process. an action or event that makes something fail or end death knell
death by hanging
{i} execution by hanging; execution by suspending by the neck (from a gallows, gibbet, etc.)
death by stoning
put to death or die by pelting with stones
death cap
extremely poisonous usually white fungus with a prominent cup-shaped base; differs from edible Agaricus only in its white gills
death certificate
A death certificate is an official certificate signed by a doctor which states the cause of a person's death. a legal document, signed by a doctor, that states the time and cause of someone's death birth certificate
death cup
A poisonous, usually white mushroom (Amanita phalloides) having a prominent cup-shaped base. Also called death angel, death cap
death duties
Death duties were a tax which had to be paid on the money and property of someone who had died. This tax is now called inheritance tax. inheritance tax
death house
jail cell for those sentenced to death
death knell
If you say that something sounds the death knell for a particular person or thing, you mean it will cause that person or thing to fail, end, or cease to exist. The tax increase sounded the death knell for the business. a sign that something will soon fail or stop existing death blow (sound/strike/toll) the death knell for/of sth
death march
forced march of prisoners for extended periods of time during which many prisoners die due to a lack of food or water or other proper supplies
death mask
A death mask is a model of someone's face, which is made from a mould that was taken of their face soon after they died. A cast of a person's face taken after death. a model of a dead person's face, made by covering their face with a soft substance and letting it become hard
death mask
a cast taken from the face of a dead person
death penalty
Also known as capital punishment, this is the most severe form of corporal punishment as it is requires law enforcement officers to kill the offender Forms of the death penalty include hanging from the neck, gassing, firing squad and has included use of the guillotine
death qualification
The qualification of a juror on the basis of a favorable attitude regarding the death penalty.death qualify v
death rate
A death rate that has been standardized for age so different populations can be compared or the same population can be compared over time
death rate
The total number of deaths in an age cohort divided by the total number of individuals in the cohort It is calculated for single years of age and is used in the model to calculate the projected annual deaths in the region
death rate
Deaths per 100,000 population May be used to compare the burden of disease between different groups Also called crude death rate
death rate
The relative frequency with which death occurs within a specified time period in a specific population This overall statistic is known as a crude rate A crude rate does not reflect a population's composition with respect to such characteristics as age, race or sex Thus, a specific rate is a more meaningful and informative death rate It allows you to look at well-defined subgroups of the total population Each year the American Heart Association calculates cause-, age-, sex- and race-specific rates as well as crude rates
death rate
The average annual number of deaths during a year per l,000 population at midyear; also known as crude death rate
death ray
{i} death beam, fictional beam or weapon that can kill and destroy from a distance
death row
If someone is on death row, they are in the part of a prison which contains the cells for criminals who have been sentenced to death. He has been on Death Row for 11 years. The part of a prison for housing inmates who have received the death penalty. Also called death house. the part of a prison where prisoners who will be punished by being killed are kept on death row
death sentence
A death sentence is a punishment of death given by a judge to someone who has been found guilty of a serious crime such as murder. His original death sentence was commuted to life in prison
death tax
inheritance tax: a tax on the estate of the deceased person
death toll
total loss of life, number of persons killed (in a battle, natural disaster, etc.)
death wish
A death wish is a conscious or unconscious desire to die or be killed. a desire to die
death wish
desire for death (by a person - about himself or someone else)
death-bed testament
will made by a person who is dying
death-dealing
{s} causing death; likely to cause death
death-roll
a list of persons killed in a war or other disaster
deathlike
Resembling death
deathly
With reference to death

He was deathly afraid of crocodiles.

deathly
Causing death

He has a deathly fear of crocodiles.

deathly
extremely, dreadfully

The water was deathly cold.

deathly
Appearing as though dead, or on the verge of death

He has a deathly pallor.

to the death
Of something that will continue until one of the contestants dies

The two gladiators fought to the death.

deathless
{a} never dying, immortal, perpetual
deathlike
{a} resembling death, still, motionless
A death
fatality
A death
passing
a death
departure
death penalty
punishment of death for a criminal offense
death penalty
putting a condemned person to death
death penalty
1 The ultimate punishment imposed for murder or other capital offenses The U S Supreme Court has determined that the death penalty is not in every instance to be considered unconstitutional,as cruel and unusual punishment
death penalty
The death penalty is the punishment of death used in some countries for people who have committed very serious crimes. If convicted for murder, both youngsters could face the death penalty. A sentence of punishment by execution. the legal punishment of death capital punishment
death row
row of prison cells where prisoners condemned to death are held while awaiting their execution
death row
the cellblock in a prison where those condemned to death await execution
death toll
The death toll of an accident, disaster, or war is the number of people who die in it. the total number of people who die in an accident, war etc
death toll
the number of deaths resulting from some particular cause such as an accident or a battle or a natural disaster
deathless
Undying or immortal
deathless
Of a work of art or literature: conspicuously excellent, of the highest order, guaranteed not to be lost or forgotten
deathless
never dying; "his undying fame"
deathless
{s} eternal, everlasting, living forever
deathless
never dying; "his undying fame
deathless
deathless prose/verse/lines etc writing that is very bad or boring - used humorously
deathless
Not subject to death, destruction, or extinction; immortal; undying; imperishable; as, deathless beings; deathless fame
deathlessly
In a deathless manner
deathlessly
immortally, without dying
deathlike
{s} like or similar to death
deathlike
having the physical appearance of death; "a deathly pallor
deathlike
Deadly
deathlike
having the physical appearance of death; "a deathly pallor"
deathly
having the physical appearance of death; "a deathly pallor"
deathly
causing or capable of causing death; "a fatal accident"; "a deadly enemy"; "mortal combat"; "a mortal illness"
deathly
Deadly; as, deathly pale or sick
deathly
{s} lethal; of death
deathly
Deadly; fatal; mortal; destructive
deathly
emphasis If you say that someone is deathly pale or deathly still, you are emphasizing that they are very pale or still, like a dead person. Bernadette turned deathly pale
deathly
in a deathlike manner; deadly
deathly
in the manner of death; "he was deathly pale
deathly
in the manner of death; "he was deathly pale"
deathly
emphasis If you say that there is a deathly silence or a deathly hush, you are emphasizing that it is very quiet. A deathly silence hung over the square. reminding you of death or of a dead body deathly cold/white/pale
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