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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 ?
Glancing his eyes around, with a vain effort to pierce the gloom that was thickening beneath the leafy arches of the forest, he felt as if, cut off from human aid, his unresisting companions would soon lie at the entire mercy of those barbarous enemies, who, like beasts of prey, only waited till the gathering darkness might render their blows more fatally certain.
Starting from a brief standing sleep, I was horribly conscious of something fatally wrong.
If a man is thought-free, fancy-free, imagination-free, that which is not never for a long time appearing to be to him, unwise rulers or reformers cannot fatally interrupt him.
He wondered if Susan Sowerby had taken courage and written to him only because the motherly creature had realized that the boy was much worse--was fatally ill.
For the first time in the long companionship of her pupils and herself a doubt whether she, and all those about her, had not been fatally mistaken in their relative estimate of the sisters, now forced itself on her mind.
When a name was called, its owner stepped apart into a spot reserved for those who were announced as being thus fatally recorded.
And yet, in such a system, it is even happy when such compromises can take place: for upon some occasions things will not admit of accommodation; and then the measures of government must be injuriously suspended, or fatally defeated.
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.
Irwine, who was involuntarily uttering his own thoughts rather than addressing Bartle Massey in the last sentence, had in his mind the possibility that the spirit of vengeance to-wards Arthur, which was the form Adam's anguish was continually taking, might make him seek an encounter that was likely to end more fatally than the one in the Grove.
the young king hung his head -- "which the Fronde might have fatally complicated.
His dark eyes flashed fatally, away from us, in the direction of the shy dummy; and then he went on with cultivated cynicism.
It would send him straight about to the window he had left open, and by that window, be long ladder and dangling rope as absent as they would, he saw himself uncontrollably insanely fatally take his way to the street.