fatality

  • 1 Fatality — (рус. Смерть, Рок)  особый приём в серии файтингов Mortal Kombat, имеется только в играх этой серии (хотя похожая схема используется в Killer Instinct), что отличает её от остальных файтингов того и этого времени …

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  • 2 Fatality — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Fatality es un personaje ficticio del universo de DC Comics creado por el escritor Ron Marz y el artista Darryl Banks. En Green Lantern (vol. 3) N° 82 (enero de 1997) se vio su sombra cuando asesina a Galius Zed, un… …

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  • 3 Fatality — Fa*tal i*ty, n.;pl. {Fatalities}. [L. fatalitas: cf. F. fatalit[ e]] 1. The state of being fatal, or proceeding from destiny; invincible necessity, superior to, and independent of, free and rational control. [1913 Webster] The Stoics held a… …

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  • 4 Fatality — may refer to:* Death * Fatalism * A fatal error, in computing * Fatality ( Mortal Kombat ), a finishing move in the Mortal Kombat series of versus fighting games * Fatal1ty, the pseudonym of Johnathan Wendel, a professional electronic sports… …

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  • 5 fatality — [fā tal′ə tē, fətal′ə tē] n. pl. fatalities [Fr fatalité < LL fatalitas < L fatalis, FATAL] 1. fate or necessity; subjection to fate 2. something caused by fate 3. a strong likelihood of ending in disaster 4. a fatal quality; deadly effect; …

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  • 6 fatality — I noun accidental death, calamity, casualty, casus, cataclysm, catastrophe, deadliness, deadly accident, death, death by accident, destruction, disaster, downfall, fatal accident, fatal casualty, fatal mishap, lethality, liability to disaster,… …

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  • 7 fatality — late 15c., quality of causing death, from Fr. fatalité, from L.L. fatalitatem (nom. fatalitas), from L. fatalis (see FATAL (Cf. fatal)). Senses in 16c. 17c. included determined by fate and a destiny. Meaning an occurrence resulting in widespread… …

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  • 8 fatality — [n] death, loss; ability to cause such accident, casualty, deadliness, destructiveness, disaster, dying, inevitability, lethality, lethalness, mortality, necrosis, noxiousness, poisonousness, virulence; concepts 304,675 Ant. birth …

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  • 9 fatality — ► NOUN (pl. fatalities) 1) an occurrence of death by accident, in war, or from disease. 2) helplessness in the face of fate …

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  • 10 fatality — /fay tal i tee, feuh /, n., pl. fatalities. 1. a disaster resulting in death. 2. a death resulting from such an occurrence: a rise in highway fatalities. 3. the quality of causing death or disaster; a fatal influence; deadliness. 4. predetermined …

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  • 11 fatality — UK [fəˈtælətɪ] / US noun Word forms fatality : singular fatality plural fatalities 1) [countable] formal a death caused by an accident, war, violence, or disease As well as the 13 fatalities, 17 people were injured. 2) [uncountable] the feeling… …

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  • 12 fatality — [[t]fətæ̱lɪti[/t]] fatalities 1) N COUNT A fatality is a death caused by an accident or by violence. [FORMAL] Drunk driving fatalities in this country have declined more than 10 percent over the past 10 years. 2) N UNCOUNT Fatality is the feeling …

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  • 13 fatality — noun Fatality is used before these nouns: ↑rate Fatality is used after these nouns: ↑road, ↑traffic …

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  • 14 fatality — fa|tal|i|ty [ fə tæləti ] noun 1. ) count FORMAL a death caused by an accident, war, violence, or disease: As well as the 13 fatalities, 17 people were injured. 2. ) uncount the ability of a disease or accident to kill people: The most serious… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 15 fatality — noun 1 (C) a death in an accident or a violent attack: a 50% increase in the number of traffic fatalities 2 (U) the fact that a disease is certain to cause death: New drugs have reduced the fatality of the disease. 3 (U) the feeling that you… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 16 fatality — 1. A condition, disease, or disaster ending in death. 2. An individual instance of death. * * * fa·tal·i·ty fā tal ət ē, fə n, pl ties 1) the quality or state of causing death or destruction: DEADLINESS <the …

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  • 17 fatality — fa|tal|i|ty [fəˈtælıti] n plural fatalities 1.) a death in an accident or a violent attack ▪ a 50% increase in the number of traffic fatalities 2.) [U] formal the fact that a disease is certain to cause death ▪ The most serious form of skin… …

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  • 18 fatality — noun news of this fatality has spread quickly Syn: death, casualty, mortality, victim; fatal accident …

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  • 19 fatality — noun (plural ties) Etymology: Middle French fatalité, from Late Latin fatalitat , fatalitas, from Latin fatalis Date: 15th century 1. a. the quality or state of causing death or destruction b. the quality or condition of being destined for… …

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  • 20 Fatality — Johnathan Wendel Johnathan Wendel lors de la Computex 2007 (Taipei) Johnathan Fatal1ty Wendel, né le 26 février 1981 à Independence dans le Missouri, est un joueur professionnel de sport électronique, considéré comme un pionnier dans la… …

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