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mortal

US [ˈmɔrt(ə)l]
UK [ˈmɔː(r)t(ə)l]
  • n.凡人;普通人
  • adj.不能永生的;终将死亡的;导致死亡的;致命的
  • adv.非常
  • Web终有一死的;不死的;会死的
Plural Form:mortals  
mortal
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adj.
1.
不能永生的;终将死亡的that cannot live for ever and must die
We are all mortal.
我们都总有一死。
2.
导致死亡的;致命的;非常危急的causing death or likely to cause death; very serious
a mortal blow/wound
致命的一击╱伤口
to be in mortal danger
处于极度的危险之中
Her reputation suffered a mortal blow as a result of the scandal.
这一丑闻毁了她的名声。
3.
[obn]
至死方休的;不共戴天的lasting until death
mortal enemies
不共戴天的敌人
They were locked in mortal combat(= a fight that will only end with the death of one of them) .
他们陷入了一场你死我活的争斗中。
4.
[obn]
极端的;非常厉害的extreme
We lived in mortal dread of him discovering our secret.
因为害怕他发现我们的秘密,我们终日惶恐不安。
n.
1.
人;凡人;普通人a human, especially an ordinary person with little power or influence
old stories about gods and mortals
关于天神和凡人的古老传说
Such things are not for mere mortals like ourselves.
这种事不会落在我们这样的凡夫俗子身上。
She can deal with complicated numbers in her head, but we lesser mortals need calculators!
她可以心算复杂的数字,而我们常人就需要计算器!

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