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mortal /'mɔ:tl/
  • tính từ
    • chết, có chết
      • man is mortal: người ta ai cũng chết
      • the mortal remains: xác chết, tử thi
    • nguy đến tính mạng, tử
      • a mortal wound: vết tử thương
      • a mortal enemy: kẻ tử thù, kẻ không đội trời chung
      • a mortal fight: cuộc tử chiến, cuộc chiến đấu một mất một còn
    • lớn, trọng đại
      • a mortal sin: tội lớn, đại tội, trọng tội
    • (từ lóng) ghê gớm, cực
      • a mortal fight: cơn khủng hoảng ghê gớm
    • (từ lóng) dài lê thê, dài dằng dặc và buồn tẻ
      • for ten mortal hours: trong mười tiếng đồng hồ dài dằng dặc
  • danh từ
    • vật có chết, con người
    • (đùa cợt) người
Concise Dictionary
mortals'mɔrtl /'mɔːtl
noun
+a human being
adj.
+subject to death
+involving loss of divine grace or spiritual death
+unrelenting and deadly
+causing or capable of causing death

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 human; transitory, temporal, transient, ephemeral:
It finally dawned on him that the king was mortal, like other men.
2 physical, bodily, corporeal, corporal, fleshly, earthly, worldly, perishable:
Her mortal remains are buried at Bognor Regis.
3 deadly, fatal, lethal, terminal, destructive, disastrous:
The admiral lay dying from a mortal wound.
4 relentless, implacable, unrelenting, bitter, sworn, deadly, unremitting, unappeasable, unceasing:
Halifax was the mortal enemy of despotism.
5 abject, extreme, awful, great, enormous, intense, terrible, inordinate, dire:
Giles lived in mortal fear of offending his mother.
n.
6 human (being), man, woman, person, soul, individual, creature, earthling:
The novel depicts a lifestyle far removed from that of ordinary mortals. We mortals have nothing to fear from intergalactic aliens.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, noun
+ adjective
1 that cannot live for ever and must die: We are all mortal.
Antonym: IMMORTAL
2 (literary) causing death or likely to cause death; very serious: a mortal blow / wound + to be in mortal danger + (figurative) Her reputation suffered a mortal blow as a result of the scandal.
Compare: FATAL
3 [only before noun] (formal) lasting until death
Synonym: DEADLY
mortal enemies + They were locked in mortal combat (= a fight that will only end with the death of one of them).
4 [only before noun] (formal) (of fear, terror, etc.) extreme: We lived in mortal dread of him discovering our secret.
+ noun (often humorous) a human being, especially an ordinary person with little power or influence
Synonym: HUMAN BEING
old stories about gods and mortals + (humorous) Such things are not for mere mortals like ourselves. + (humorous) She can deal with complicated numbers in her head, but we lesser mortals need calculators!
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

lesser, mere, ordinary
I just assumed you were a mere mortal like the rest of us. a holiday resort that caters for royalty as well as for ordinary mortals



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