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fa·tal·ly

 (fāt′l-ē)
adv.
1. So as to cause death; mortally: fatally injured.
2. So as to result in disaster or ruin.
3. According to the decree of fate; inevitably.

fatally

(ˈfeɪtəlɪ)
adv
1. resulting in death or disaster: fatally wounded in battle.
2. as decreed by fate; inevitably

fa•tal•ly

(ˈfeɪt l i)

adv.
1. in a manner leading to death or disaster.
2. by a decree of fate or destiny; by inevitable predetermination.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.fatally - with fatal consequences or implications; "he was fatally ill equipped for the climb"
Translations
بِصورَةٍ قاتِلَه أو مُميتَه
osudněsmrtelně
dødeligt
lífshættulega
smrtno
ölümcül bir biçimde

fatally

[ˈfeɪtəlɪ] ADVmortalmente
fatally woundedherido mortalmente or de muerte

fatally

[ˈfeɪtəli] adv
[flawed, weakened, undermined] → irrémédiablement
[wound, injure] → mortellementfat cat ngros(se) richard(e) m/f

fatally

adv
(= mortally) wounded, injuredtödlich; fatally illtodkrank; they were fatally stabbedsie wurden erstochen; she overdosed fatallysie nahm eine tödliche Überdosis
(= irrevocably) undermine, damage, weakenunwiderruflich; (= disastrously)verheerend; the fatally incriminating tapedas Band mit dem fatalen Belastungsmaterial; I was fatally attracted to him/iter/es übte eine unheilvolle Anziehungskraft auf mich aus; to be fatally flawedfatale Mängel aufweisen

fatally

[ˈfeɪtəlɪ] adv (wounded, injured) → mortalmente, a morte; (damaged, flawed) → irrimediabilmente; (exposed, incriminated) → in modo disastroso
fatally ill → condannato/a

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.
References in classic literature ?
Girdlestone -- which appeared to be so slight as to alarm none of us, doctors included -- has ended fatally.
A long twilight limped on before me, a fatally weary, fatally intoxicated sadness, which spake with yawning mouth.
But a single delay would suffice to fatally break the chain of communication; should Phileas Fogg once miss, even by an hour; a steamer, he would have to wait for the next, and that would irrevocably render his attempt vain.
Schneider frowns ever more and more and shakes his head; he hints that the brain is fatally injured; he does not as yet declare that his patient is incurable, but he allows himself to express the gravest fears.
In resigning all further claim on his services, I have only to say that I am convinced of his honesty and his intelligence; but I am more firmly persuaded than ever, that the circumstances, in this case, have fatally misled him.
Starting from a brief standing sleep, I was horribly conscious of something fatally wrong.
And Prince Andrew, with others fatally wounded, was left to the care of the inhabitants of the district.
Of course there is always something fatally weak in the scheme of the pure romance, which, after the color of the contemporary mood dies out of it, leaves it in danger of tumbling into the dust of allegory; and perhaps this inherent weakness was what that bold critic felt in the
What could the bewildered scouts do, masters as they were of every war-like artifice save this one, but trot helplessly after him, exposing themselves fatally to view, while they gave pathetic utterance to the coyote cry.
When, after Mahotin and Vronsky had cleared the worst barrier, the next officer had been thrown straight on his head at it and fatally injured, and a shudder of horror passed over the whole public, Alexey Alexandrovitch saw that Anna did not even notice it, and had some difficulty in realizing what they were talking of about her.
When a name was called, its owner stepped apart into a spot reserved for those who were announced as being thus fatally recorded.
All, that is, but a terror-stricken few, who lay along the jibboom like flies upon a stick: all but two or three more whom we left fatally hesitating in the forechains: all but the selfish savages who had been the first to perish in the pinnace, and one distracted couple who had thrown their children into the kindly ocean, and jumped in after them out of their torment, locked for ever in each other's arms.