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fa·tal·i·ty

 (fā-tăl′ĭ-tē, fə-)
n. pl. fa·tal·i·ties
1.
a. A death resulting from an accident or disaster: highway fatalities.
b. One who is killed as a result of such an occurrence: The driver was one of the fatalities.
2. The ability to cause death or disaster.
3. The quality of being determined by fate.
4. A decree made by fate; destiny.
5. The quality of being doomed to disaster.

fatality

(fəˈtælɪtɪ)
n, pl -ties
1. an accident or disaster resulting in death
2. a person killed in an accident or disaster
3. the power of causing death or disaster; deadliness
4. the quality or condition of being fated
5. something caused or dictated by fate

fa•tal•i•ty

(feɪˈtæl ɪ ti, fə-)

n., pl. -ties.
1. a death caused by a disaster.
2. the quality of causing death; deadliness.
3. predetermined liability to misfortune, etc.
4. the quality of being subject to fate.
5. the fate of a person or thing.
6. fate; inevitability.
[1480–90; < Late Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fatality - a death resulting from an accident or a disasterfatality - a death resulting from an accident or a disaster; "a decrease in the number of automobile fatalities"
death, decease, expiry - 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"
killing, violent death - an event that causes someone to die
fatal accident, casualty - an accident that causes someone to die
2.fatality - the quality of being able to cause death or fatal disasters
deadliness, lethality - the quality of being deadly

fatality

noun casualty, death, loss, victim the first fatality since the ceasefire began

fatality

noun
1. A termination of life, usually as the result of an accident or a disaster:
2. The quality or condition of causing death:
Translations
مَوْت في حادِث سَيّارَه
smrtelná nehoda
dødsulykke
haláleset
banaslys; dauîsfall
dødsulykkeomkommen
smrteľný úraz
can kaybıölüm

fatality

[fəˈtælɪtɪ] N
1. (= death) → muerte f
2. (= victim) → muerto/a m/f, víctima f
luckily there were no fatalitiespor fortuna no hubo víctimas

fatality

[fəˈtælɪti] n (= death) (caused by accident or violence)décès m (= victim) → victime f

fatality

n
Todesfall m; (in accident, war etc) → (Todes)opfer nt; there were no fatalitieses gab keine Todesopfer
(liter: = inevitability) → Unabwendbarkeit f

fatality

[fəˈtælɪtɪ] n (death) → incidente m mortale; (person killed) → morto/a, vittima

fatal

(ˈfeitl) adjective
1. causing death. a fatal accident.
2. disastrous. She made the fatal mistake of not inviting him to the party.
ˈfatally adverb
fatality (fəˈtӕləti) plural faˈtalities noun
(an accident causing) death. fatalities on the roads.

fa·tal·i·ty

n. fatalidad, desgracia; muerte.
References in classic literature ?
There are fatalities," Monseigneur replied, in an offhand manner; "and the greatest men have sometimes fallen victims to such fatalities.
Unused were these to the ways of the jungle, since seldom did any venture forth from behind Opar's crumbling walls, yet their very numbers protected them and so they came without fatalities far along the trail of Tarzan and Werper.
Some fatalities come in certain shapes, and some in others -- but this of which I speak has come in the shape of a crotchet.
Westwick: I can't contend with the fatalities that pursue me here
He alone could have transmitted to Lord de Winter all these frightful secrets which he has discovered, one after another, by a train of fatalities.
Its long-term vision is for zero fatalities and serious injuries by 2056.
The number of fatalities based on vehicle type recorded a decrease last year except for motorcycles with 485 fatalities as compared to 2016 of 379.
Construction and transport were next with six fatalities each.
Balochistan, Punjab, and Sindh, suffered the majority of fatalities while FATA and KP were the least affected by violence (table 01).
Currently, our study is restricted to the analysis of fatalities due to the availability of details concerning victims (e.
Like Q2, Balochistan had the highest number of fatalities during this quarter too.